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Postiogan Gwahanglwyf Dros Grist » Maw 10 Maw 2009 11:54 am

Oes gan unrhyw un rysait da am rywbeth i'w wneud gyda brwyniaid? Mae llwyth 'da fi ar ôl ers defnyddio cwpwl ohonyn nhw i stwffio'r cig oen ddydd Sul (campus ydoedd hefyd). O'n i'n meddwl am wneud saws pasta gyda tshili, lot o arlleg a thomatos, ond bydden i'n gwerthfawrogi unrhyw awgrym arall.

O.N. Ie, fi'n gwbod eu bod nhw ar y rhestr o bysgod anghynaliadwy.

O.O.N. Anchovies.
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Postiogan Gwahanglwyf Dros Grist » Maw 10 Maw 2009 2:27 pm

Mmmmm. Diolch am eich cynigion bawb. Swnio'n ffacin stoncin.
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Postiogan Hogyn o Rachub » Maw 10 Maw 2009 4:30 pm

Dwi'm yn meddwl bod neb yn gwybod be i gynnig i rywun sy'n stwffio'i gig oen efo ffish :?
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Postiogan sian » Maw 10 Maw 2009 4:34 pm



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Postiogan Duw » Maw 10 Maw 2009 6:04 pm

Un rysait stwffin da yw cig dwrgi mewn Fernet Branca (gwirod o'r Eidal).
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Postiogan Gwahanglwyf Dros Grist » Maw 10 Maw 2009 7:21 pm

I think I'll call myself Donald Twain.
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Postiogan Dwlwen » Mer 11 Maw 2009 11:28 am


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Postiogan Duw » Mer 11 Maw 2009 6:33 pm

Gallwch ddod o hyd at y rysiat Dwrgi mewn Fernet Branca ar Amazon: :lol:
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Postiogan Hogyn o Rachub » Mer 11 Maw 2009 7:25 pm

Wele isod ffrwyth f'ymchwil am y brwyniaid a ffeithiau parthed eu coginio. Yn Saesneg mae nhw, dwi ddim am gyfieithu achos dydi pobl gall ddim yn cyfieithu 'radag hon o'r nos.


• To use whole canned anchovies, rinse gently in cold water. Peel off the fillet from one side and then remove the backbone and tail from the other fillet. Rinse again. The skin is edible and rarely worth the trouble to remove.

• Unopened canned anchovies are fine on the shelf up to 1 year. Once opened, be sure they are covered in oil in a sealed container and refrigerate. Use within two months.

• Treat fresh anchovies as you would sardines or herring for cooking purposes.

• Fresh and canned or salted anchovies are not interchangeable in recipes, so be sure you have the right ingredient before beginning.

• On the average, there are 10 fresh anchovies to the pound.

• Small sardines can usually be substituted for anchovies in many recipes, but be sure they are the same form (ie., canned for canned or fresh for fresh) and size.

• To perk up a sauce, use about 1/8 of an anchovy (which should dissolve in the sauce) or 1/8 teaspoon of anchovy paste. It will give a piquant boost with no trace of the source.

• To remove some of the salt from anchovies, soak in cold water or milk for 1/2 to 1 hour. Drain and pat dry before using.

• Anchovy paste is not as strong in flavor as salted or canned anchovies, but it is saltier, so keep that in mind.

• Anchovy oil can be used in salad dressings or sauces in lieu of whole anchovies. It will have a stronger flavor than if the anchovies were used and also be more salty. You may wish to use a combination of oils and do not salt until you have tasted.

• Leftover rinsed anchovies may be refrigerated in a sealed container covered with olive oil.

• Anchovies work well to flavor tomato sauces, fish sauces, salad dressings, vegetables, chicken, and lamb. A little goes a long way.

• Capers and olives are particularly good partners with anchovies.



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The anchovies are a family (Engraulidae) of small, common salt-water fish. The anchovy is a small green fish with blue reflections due to a silver longitudinal stripe that runs from the base of the caudal fin. It is a maximum of nine inches (~23 cm) in length and body shape is variable with more slender fish in northern populations. The snout is blunt with small, sharp teeth in both jaws. The mouth is larger than those of herrings s and silversidesSilverside, two fish which they closely resemble. It eats plankton and fry (recently-hatched fish).

Er gwybodaeth i eraill, dyma lun o frwyniad

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Wn i ddim pwy ydi'r bobl hyfryd hyn, ond maen nhw'n dod i'r amlwg gyda Gwglimij os rhowch chi anchovy i mewn

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