A tasty dip for raw vegetables. Perfect for a simple dinner party or for a large gathering at a cocktail party.
Bagna cauda literally means "hot sauce". It comes from the Piedmont region and the dip is best kept warm over a small food warmer or spirit flame in a flameproof bowl or dish.
You can also steam/cook potatoes, turnips, and whatever vegetables you want, let them cool and use to dip.
This versatile sauce can also be used to dress fried filet of sole, baked halibut and so on. Any leftover sauce can be used as a topping for cooked cauliflower or broccoli.
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