An easy, 15 minute recipe where the traditional spaghetti aglio olio e peperoncino is dressed up with sautéed mushrooms. We love this simple pasta sauce and even add chicken, bacon, anchovies or seafood to it. Perfect for meatless weeknight dinners and a hit with the kids!
NYT Cooking: Admit it. Broccoli, that ubiquitous vegetable side dish, gets old. This take, which Pierre Franey brought to The Times in 1987 as part of his 60-Minute Gourmet column, will not. It is not much different – and no more difficult – than your standard broccoli sauté except for the addition of anchovies. If that word normally frightens you, fear not. Here, they are barely%2...
Now, don’t get excited. This recipe is in no way like Slutty Brownies. In fact it’s quite the opposite. A low carb, sugar free, deliciously light and healthy meal. There’s a time and a place for Slutty Brownies, but if you’re following my Anti Diet, then you need to balance them out with some skinny... Read more
I love nutty, tender roasted cauliflower--it goes really well with the assertive flavor of anchovy. If you are an anchovy lover like me, use the oil from the tin or jar in place of extra-virgin olive oil to make the anchovy sauce.