Tuesday, October 20, 2009
www.cookingrecipestv.com - When it comes to bread with dinner it is always olive tapenade for me. No Butter. No olive oil (out of the bottle anyway) - tapenade! Want to know the definition of tapenade? This "how to video recipe" explains what tapenade is and how to make it. Tapenade originates from the south of France where it is used as a condiment often in place of butter or olive oil. Ingredients often include olives, herbs, lemon juice, capers as well as anchovies. My version is simple ...
Orignal From: Olive Tapenade Recipe - What Is Tapenade?
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Orignal From: Cure Heart Disease, McDougall Diet, Don Carrier
www.ManjulasKitchen.com INGREDIENTS ½ lb tamarind 21/2 cup sugar 2 cup boiling water 2 teaspoons roasted ground cumin seed 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon black salt 1 teaspoon red chilly powder 1 teaspoon ground black pepper ½ teaspoon ginger powder Sugar, salt and pepper adjust to your taste and also it depends on sourness of tamarind. send the comments to email@example.com Thank you
Orignal From: Tamarind Chutney Receipe by Manjula, Indian Vegetarian Food