Used to be able to get in 80s a beautiful anchovy sauce, English, I think Mr Lee and Mr Perrins. Boy it was a great base for sooooooooooooo many dishes.A little put through some pasta like linguine a few prawns a few uncooked halved tiny tim tomatoes, handful of spinach leaves maybe a little fresh chilli, little garlic. Heaven, quick, light and very, very tasty.
There are foods you can not make without using them, such a pizza. All mine that I make a really deep dish, mushrooms, green peppers, green olives, anchovies, pineapple, ham, bacon, pepperoni,2 or 3 kinds of cheese and spices,onions,
Absolutely love them and the are the bad for so many meals that I cook. Base for seafood linguine (garlic clove, 1 red chilli and about 6 anchovy fillets cooked til the fillets disappear) then go for whatever you want.
I love 1 little fillet on a slice of fresh bread with a lot of butter. Anchovy on lamb when roasting.
Could go on forever, just love the little things to bits
Oh! helga, have you heard of 'biotene moisturising mouth spray'? It's a new product, & stops that awful 'dry mouth' feeling! I get it when I feel nervous, talking to people. It comes in various forms, but spray would be/is most convenient. Available at Pharmacy; not expensive.
Also when I eat salty food, I continuously sip cold water.
Yes, I love them! I even eat them straight from the bottle! I love them on pizza & in pasta recipes! I needed a couple of them for a recipe recently, & Iíd run out! I just had 2 little empty bottles, 1/2 filled with the oil only, in the fridge door! When I went to buy some more from our local supermarket, but they only had them in the tins, so I didnít buy them.
Yes! I have mostly had them with tomato sauce either on pizza or in pasta sauce. When they are sauteed they do disappear, leaving umami flavour.
A restaurant I favour originally had a Popeye Pizza with spinach, caramelized onions and anchovies. Last time I went, it was not on the menu. Apparently it was not a popular choice!