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Garden Fresh Recipe for Gremolata with Meyer Lemon and Capers

Gremolata with Meyer lemon and kaffir

Everything came from my backyard except the lead. This is how I like to cook it (well... cut it): I go out, take lemon, take garlic, take parsley... mix it up, and it will taste great. They can be sprinkled on grilled salmon , slow cooker and fried vegetables.

Don't stop doing it because you don't have Meyer lemon trees, parsley or garlic in your garden.

please Be sure to do it. This is very good.


Gremolata is an Italian seasoning traditionally made with garlic, lemon zest and parsley. Capers are my addition to a fairly standard recipe. Leave them if you want.

Fresh vegetable gremolata with capers
Resources:

  • flat leaves of parsley
  • 1 Meyer lemon or regular lemon if you prefer
  • A little fresh garlic if possible
  • 2 teaspoons of capers, strained
  • Sea salt to taste

production
Finely chop the parsley (1 to 2 tablespoons).
Squeeze the lemon and cut it into about 2 teaspoons.
Peel and finely chop a few cloves of garlic, 1 tablespoon is enough (less if you have lots of fresh garlic).
Finely chop the beans. Set aside.
Put the prepared parsley, garlic and lemon zest on a cutting board and grind to a fine state. Do not grind until the ingredients are moist; You want it to be dry.
Add pepper and mix well. Season with sea salt if desired.
that's all.

Store leftover gremolata on a plate lined with plastic wrap in the refrigerator. Use it to get rid of sadness for a few days. :-(






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