Taramosalata (smoked fish-roe pate)
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Taramosalata (smoked fish-roe pate)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:26:14 AM. Recipe ID 60559. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Taramosalata (smoked fish-roe pate)
 Categories: Fish, Greece
      Yield: 1 Servings
           + cup  smoked cod roe
      1 c  Olive oil
      1 ea Garlic clove
      2 tb Lemon juice
      2 tb Chopped parsley
      1 tb Finely chopped onion (or
           More to taste)
           Freshly milled black
      1 ea Cover cod roes for a few
           Minutes in boiling water
           To loosen skins, then peel
      2 ea Crush garlic and rub
           Around a mixing basin
           (bowl). Discard garlic.
      3 ea Dice roe, add 2 Tbsp oil,
           And stand for 15 minutes
           To soften.
      4 ea Pass roe through sieve
           Into garlic-rubbed basin
           And beat until smooth.
      5 ea Add half the lemon juice,
        g  Beat in the rest
           Of the oil, adding the
           Remainder of the lemon
           Juice at the half-way
      6 ea Stir in the chopped onion,
           Parsley and black pepper
           To taste.
      7 ea Chill and serve.
           This recipe can be made
           -with any
           Kind of fish roe. Greeks
           Add + cup of cooked
           The only tricky bit comes
           -in adding
  the oil: you should do it a little at a time like preparing
  mayonnaise, and be careful not to let the oil separate. If it does
  begin to separate, add another dash of lemon juice. Taramosalata will
  keep for about a week under refrigeration. TARAMOSALATA-1  Greek
  smoked fish-roe pate

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Recipe ID 60559 (Apr 03, 2005)

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