Traditional Spanish Cooking–Marinades Reply

anchoas vinagrePhoto courtesy of Sabor–This title says “marinades,” though it actually only deals with one: anchoas en vinagre (also known as boquerones en vinagre), fresh anchovies in vinegar. But this is such a simple and quick dish to make, and so delicious, that we’re offering it to you here. The only possible hitch is,  depending upon where you’re located, you might not be able to find fresh anchovies. The rest of the ingredients are easy to locate: white wine vinegar, finely sliced garlic, salt, parsley and, to finish off, a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. These delightful pickled fish are omnipresent on Spanish bars and tables, often served on top of a couple of potato chips alongside a cold beer.

Video courtesy of Foods from Spain


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