Olasagasti's Anchovies a la Donostiarra are a beautiful, substantial presentation of white anchovies covered in a marinade of olive oil, garlic, cayenne, wine vinegar and a light touch of salt. The leftover oil is a flavorful bonus you can use for sautéing vegetables or shellfish.
Size: 190g / 6.7oz
Sicilian Salvatore Orlando first set foot on the Basque coast of Spain in the late 1800s and pioneered long-standing Italian salting techniques along the Cantabrian Coast, where he also fell in love and married a Basque woman, Simona Olasagasti. Today, the grandson of Salvatore and Simona, Matteo Orlando, is in charge of the factory at Markina, Bizkaia, maintaining centuries-old tradition and flying the flag for his grandmother’s surname, Olasagasti. After more than 100 years, Olasagasti are still committed to maintaining that which makes them unique; making products which stand out in the market, aligning the best of the Cantabrian coast with traditional Italian recipes such as Caponata or Pesto alla Genovese.
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