Bagna cauda derived from the Italian word bagno caudo meaning 'warm Bath' , this is a flavourful dip made from olive oil, butter, garlic and anchovies. It is a speciality of and a a typical sauce of Piedmont and is served warm as a starter with raw vegetables for dipping. It is like a Swiss fondue except that it has a much more boisterous flavor.
It is an Italian appetizer dip made with olive oil, butter, garlic, and anchovies that is usually served with raw vegetables.

Bagna cauda is pronounced "bah-gnah-cow-dah"

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