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ANCHOVY IN BANANA LEAVES

INGREDIENTS: • 500 gram coconut, grated • 150 gram mlandingan (horse tamarind) • 150 gram Medan anchovies • 100 gram melinjo leaves (gnetum gnemon), cut • 3 large red chillies, sliced • 2 large green chillies, sliced • 7 shallots, slic...
by Hobi Masak on May 24, 2016

Tuna Stuffed Artichokes

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by My Little Italian Kitchen on Apr 17, 2015

Broiled Mahi-Mahi with Anchovy-Garlic Oil

When it comes to few and simple, it doesn’t get much fewer or simpler than this—or tasty. I usually buy a jar or tin of anchovies for Caesar salad dressing, but those salty little fishes are good for much more than just dressing. So what to do wi...
by The Briny Lemon on Mar 28, 2015

Secret Ingredient Broccoli & Parmesan Pasta

I probably should have called this Green & Gold Pasta and pretended that it was entirely planned in advance for Australia Day. But you and I both know you’d see straight through that one — and besides when I plan posts for Australia d...
by 84th & 3rd on Jan 26, 2015

Quiche with zucchini and anchovies

This week I was in Italy. I saw family and met with friends. And among the friends I met, I met some dear friends I’ve known for close to 20 years now. We met at a hiking club and kind … Continue reading →...

Pasta with Kale and Anchovy Butter

Anchovies are good for more than salad dressings and pizza toppings. That piquant, briny flavor pairs well with earthy kale and a simple butter-based sauce too.Finely chopped flat anchovies packed in oil melt right into the sauce along with the butte...
by The Briny Lemon on Jan 10, 2015

Low fat tuna and ricotta balls from Laura’s diary

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by My Little Italian Kitchen on Jan 5, 2015

Green Salad Tocino

Filipino Style Recipe: Green Salad Tocino is another variety of green salad incorporated with Filipino twist by adding our favorite breakfast such as tocino or ham. The honey added to the Greek dressing adds to the sweetness of this salad.The anchovi...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Dec 29, 2014

Tasty Mediterranean roast peppers rolls

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by My Little Italian Kitchen on Dec 26, 2014

Quick Mid-Week Meal: Spaghetti Aglio e Olio

If you have the ingredients on hand, this is a quick and tasty meal that can be enjoyed anytime but especially during the week when you do not have much time. This was a staple in my house growing up; it's an Italian dish from Naples. Fresh parsley,...
by The Single Kitchen on Oct 17, 2014

Leftovers rule! Chic on a Morocco trip

I am still in a mood to talk about leftovers and all the fabulous dishes you can create with odd bits of “scraps”. Today I’m unleashing my “little” brother into the kitchen to take yesterdays pulled chicken on a Moroccan...
by Greedy Foodster on Aug 24, 2014

Butter beans and roasted peppers

Have you ever tried to mix butter beans and roasted peppers? If not you are in for a treat! Peppers and bean is a classic combo (just think of chili), but I think the flavor combination is at its best when … Continue reading →...

Green Goddess Dressing...or Dip...

At some point during the middle of last summer I noticed that my blog posts all seemed to be revolving around one particular topic: salad.   I didn't seem to be able to get enough of salads filled with an abundance of seasonal vegetables an...
by A Cooking Life on Aug 3, 2014

Kinilaw na Dilis

Filipino Style Recipe: kinilaw na dilis is another variety of raw fish salad made of fresh anchovies fillet mixed with vinegar, chili, onion, ginger, calamansi juice, salt and pepper. This dish is another Filipino delicacy and usually served as appet...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Jul 30, 2014

Pasta with capers, tuna and lemon

And today I’m going to give you a simple pasta with a salty-lemony dress that I made a couple of times last week. It is simple and fresh and is a great simple lunch for summer. And for today that’s … Continue reading →...

Spaghetti w/ Garlicky Breadcrumbs & Anchovies

Carb + Carb = heaven...
by The Blog that Ate Manhattan on Apr 29, 2014

Anchovy Basil Pesto Sauce with Seared Scallops and Toasted Breadcrumbs

I recently saw a facebook post from a blogger that complained that her readers were asking for fast and easy dishes. A few joined in, and to my surprise, sided with her complaint, saying those people could go buy processed boxes of food.  The premis...
by Spinach Tiger on Apr 15, 2014

Mediterranean sea bass with tomatoes and potatoes

Today is a fish recipe. I don’t eat fish much, but when I walked into WF and found Mediterranean sea bass on offer, I just had to get some. I cooked it very simply with tomatoes, potatoes and a bit … Continue reading →...

Chanterelle Mushroom Tapenade

An earthy little twist on a classic, this Chanterelle Mushroom Tapenade is bursting with good flavours. It makes a mean paste that can be used on everything from hot toast to roast chicken. De.Lic.Ious. Traditional tapenade hails from southern France...
by Hedgecombers on Mar 14, 2014

Anchovy Fish Fry | Velli Fish Fry

Since the time I came to Bangalore, I don't get to eat much fish. One main reason is we don't get fresh fish in Bangalore and the varieties of sea fish that we get here is too less. During my last trip to Goa in December, I only savoured on small fis...
by Raksha's Kitchen on Feb 6, 2014


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