Cut into bite-sized pieces. Remove the parts of the stem that seem a bit tough.
Cut the garlic in half vertically (remove the sprout if necessary) and chop into small pieces.
Add the olive oil and the Step 3 garlic to a frying pan. Turn on the heat.
Immediately add Step 2. Cook on medium heat for 2 minutes while occasionally stirring it around.
Place the anchovies to one side of the pan and break them apart as they cook.
Combine everything and cook for 1 minute.
Sprinkle with black pepper to finish It tastes great when piping hot. If the flavor is too thin, adjust with a little bit of salt.
Story Behind this Recipe
I used another (Grilled Romanesco with Anchovies Recipe ID: 2106500) as reference and thought that stir-frying the cauliflower rather than boiling will probably make them more delicious. So I tried making this.
This is a simple flavor so it tastes best if a fresh cauliflower is used. For the cauliflower to cook quickly, cut it into bite-sized pieces. The garlic sprouts are removed because it burns easily.