Tag: anchovy

Pissaladière

Pissaladière is a classic French dish that originated in Nice in the South of France. It is a tart similar to a pizza but the crust is thicker. It is traditionally topped with caramelised onions, olives and anchovies and I have kept to that tradition. You can serve it as an appetiser and I think it is a great dish to serve as a snack to nibble on with drinks.Even if you do not like olives or anchovies. And those…

Salsa Verde Pasta Salad

Pasta salads must be the ugly stepsister of salads.  Pale (often overcooked) pasta, drowned in even paler mayonnaise, blanketing every other flavour. The idea with this Salsa Verde Pasta Salad was to make it as summery and fresh as possible. I also wanted to keep it totally green and added the peas and broccoli, not just for added texture and flavour but to amp the green colour of the salad. Salsa Verde – it means green sauce – is a…

Of all my (many) favourite things to eat, delicate and beautiful zucchini flowers are very high on the list. Eating them takes me back to Rome immediately and somehow soothes my seemingly daily longing for Italy. We still have quite a bit of time before it is summer in the southern hemisphere but when I saw a tweet from Ethical Co-op that they had the flowers on the delivery list for the week I had to order some. I immediately…

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