Golden-brown potato slices, fragrant with pepper and herbs, served with salted anchovies, piquant red onion rings, and juicy lettuce leaves. Isn't your mouth watering already? Such a product combination is rather popular in Ukraine. It’s one of the typical, traditional ideas for Ukrainian dinner.
Powerful in its simplicity, this dish provides a great cooking experience. What is more, it is EXTREMELY easy to make and looks appetizing and festive. So you can use the recipe not only in your everyday menu but also cook it for a party or event.
Bright serving. Amazing taste combinations. Minimum cooking time.
3 big potatoes
1/3 bunch of lettuce leaves
1 red bulb onion
3 slices of brown bread
300 g (10,5 oz) whole salted anchovies
Black-eyed peas – to taste
Ground red pepper – to taste
Dried herbs – to taste
1,5 – 2 tbsp of olive oil
Wash potatoes under running water thoroughly. Cut them into thin circles and arrange in a bowl. Grind black-eyed peas into a coarse powder with a pestle and mortar. Toss potatoes with black and red pepper. Add dried herbs. Pour olive oil above and mix everything thoroughly.
Take a baking tray. Cover it with foil and arrange potato slices one by one on the tray.
Put the potato in an oven and bake it until crisp and cooked through, around 30-40 minutes.
Peel, wash, and cut the bulb onion into circles. Rinse lettuce leaves and let them dry.
Now let’s arrange all the components in a beautiful composition. Put potato slices from one side of a plate. Place anchovies on the other side and decorate them with onion circles. Arrange lettuce leaves in the center of the plate. Add several slices of brown bread at the end.
Make several other plates for your family members of guests.
Serve at once!
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