The Garlicky Dip to Rev Up Your Week’s Meals

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Bagna Cauda is an Italian dip made of warm anchovies and garlic that’s typically found alongside vegetables and bread. But it’s also robust enough to liven up a week of dinners.

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Here’s how to turn this one recipe into a week of meals:

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Set yourself up for the week by making the following over the weekend:

  • 2 batches of Bagna Cauda

And stock up on the following ingredients for your weeknight cooking:

  • crusty bread for toast
  • whatever vegetables move you
  • sturdy salad greens, like baby mustard greens or radicchio
  • eggs
  • grain of choice
  • potatoes
  • red onion
  • clambake fixin’s
  • pizza dough
  • mozzarella
  • rosemary
  • cornmeal
  • Parmesan

And now, how to put it all together:

  • Use the bagna cauda as a dressing for salad on toasts, like this recipe. What your salad is made of is up to you. Radicchio, egg, avocado, fennel, or asparagus come to mind.

  • Sauté a variety of vegetables (maybe asparagus, green beans, squash, broccoli) in the bagna cauda. Instant sauce! Serve on top of some grains: wheat berries, farro, quinoa.

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    Boil and quarter red potatoes with snap peas and red onions for potato salad. Bind all ingredients together with the salty bagna cauda. Serve cold.

  • Swap melted butter for bagna cauda at your next clambake.

  • Make a sort of white pizza with the bagna cauda as the sauce. Add greens, lemon slices, potatoes, rosemary, mozzarella and/or roasted onions—a little like this.

  • Make a comforting bowl of polenta and spoon the dip over top. A poached egg on top of that wouldn’t hurt, either.

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What else would you pair this warm garlic anchovy dip with? Let us know in the comments below!

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