Cantabrian anchovies by Max Renzland

11 September 2006
Cantabrian anchovies by Max Renzland

Cantabrian anchovies are a Basque speciality using anchovies caught in the Bay of Biscay and salted in barrels. If you can't buy Cantabrian anchovies then use the best-quality Greek anchovies which are plump pink and preserved in olive oil.


Cantabrian anchovies
Banana shallots finely sliced
Echiré butter
Pain poilane or sourdough bread toasted and slightly charred on the crust


Serve the anchovies on a plate with the banana shallots accompanied by a pat of Echiré butter and toasted pain poilane.

Max Renzland

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