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[VIDEO] Croatian Recipes: Anchovy & Caper Potato Salad

Anchovy & Caper Potato Salad

Anchovy & Caper Potato Salad

Croatia Week have teamed up with Fini Recepti to bring you your favourite Croatian recipes in English…

Croatian TV chef Almo Čatlak this year completed 10 years of his cooking show ‘TV-kuhanja’ (TV-cooking). Čatlak’s show, which shows viewers how to prepare a meal from start to finish in a 3-4 minute clip, was broadcast on Croatian TV for the past decade. In that period Čatlak has produced over 2,000 videos.


Anchovy & Caper Potato Salad

Anchovy & Caper Potato Salad

Anchovy & Caper Potato Salad


Potatoes – 500 g
Onion – 1
Anchovies – 10
Lemon – 1
Mustard – 1 teaspoon
Capers – 1 tablespoon
Parsley – 1 tablespoon (chopped)
Olive oil
Salt, pepper


1. Boil the potatoes (with skin on). In the meantime slice the onions into thin strips

2. Once the potatoes are cooked peel off the skin and cut (thin slices best)

3. In a bowl pour in some olive oil, juice from the lemon, salt, pepper, mustard and parsley and whisk together well. Once texture thickens add bit of water and whisk well again

4. Add the onions to the mixture and mix with a spoon, add the capers and anchovies and mix again

5. Pour the mixture over the sliced potatoes and gently mix together

6. Cover and let sit for a bit to bring out more flavour

Dobar tek!

Check out the video instructions below:

You can see the original recipe in Croatian here.

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