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Martin Zwick
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Most of the time I buy a ready-made Tapenade which is solid. But as so often homemade taste better. I used my favorite Tuscan olive Taggiasca which is very little in size and has a sublime taste, not too salty or overpowering like the greek Kalamata olives. Anyway this Tapenade lifts every lamb dish and was a wonderful partner with German organic lamb filet and rosemary potatoes yesterday.

I have no exact measurement in this recipe, but I think it is not such important this time.


Taggiasca olives
1-2 tbsp capers in salt (soaked in water 1h before)
1 anchovy
1 clove garlic
Thyme leaves
Olive oil
black pepper


1. Put all ingredients in a spice grinder or blender and mix. ENJOY

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