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Superbly delicious one-pot cooking from North Africa! If you don't have a Tagine cooking pot that is not a worry, simply use a deep skillet or Dutch Oven. Tagine refers to both the clay cooking vessel and the recipe that is typically cooked inside it. Thus, there are hundreds, if not thousands of tagine recipes out there to enjoy. This one incorporates all the wonderful flavors of Mediterranean Africa and Southern Spain. Serve over rice, couscous, or eat traditionally by communally scooping out bites with torn pieces of flat bread. Either way, this is a delicious way to enjoy the beauty that is Bottarga!
A surprisingly delicious version of deviled eggs; topped with the Seaweed Pears made these eggs spectacular, and that is not an overstatement. Both the deviled egg mixture and the pearls paired beautifully. Seaweed Pearls are made from ocean kelp and are virtually calorie free. The entire jar has only 310 calories. High in iron, vitamins C & B-12 as well as anti-oxidants, this is a topping you can't go wrong with.
Delicious Mexican influenced appetizer perfect for your Cinco De Mayo party or any gathering for that matter! These babies will disappear in the blink of an eye, they are that good. The crab and the bottarga go hand in hand to make this popper a nice change from the traditionally bacon wrapped ones. Served either hot or cold, they are delicious all the way around.
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