Forget everything about tasteless tofu, this is the good stuff! Super-easy to make but you need a bit of time as the onions really should be slow baked soft to blend nicely with the rest.
Last year I wrote about the tastebud preserved lemons. At that time I also wrote that it worked just as good with purchased preserved lemons too. I regret it intensely. After having a taste of my friend Micheline homemade preserved lemons I know better.
This must be one of the easiest recipes I have made. But also one of the most delicious! Perfect to have ready in the refrigerator. Eat it just as it is or combine it with a salad, an omelet, a BBQ, fish or meat. The marinated artichoke heart with preserved lemons are fantastic with whatever!
My love for the arabic kitchen is growing every day since a number of years. So diverse and such an exciting kitchen! I was therefore thrilled to go to the book presentation for this Dutch book, My arabic kitchen by Mounir Toub. Original titel of the book Mijn arabische keuken.
Since only a few years I know the Moroccan (or turkish) preserved lemons. It’s an important spice in both kitchens and you often see it different tagines (simply explained as slow cooked stews in a special clay pot). I tend to add the salty lemons to salads and really like to combine them with roasted hazelnuts. Let me introduce you to the world of the salty, preserved lemons!