Classic or not? Surely a photo, olive oil, parsley, capers, garlic, Italian boiled meats, grilled seafood, baked tomatoes, basil, anchovy fillets, lemon juice, red-wine vinegar, mustard, processors, blenders, rosemary, roast lamb and sugar.And another link to a recipe by Nigel Slater here.
With grated parmesan and tomatoes. The other ingredients are: shallots, butter, brown short-grain rice, white vermouth or wine. Istructions how to cook them and advices here. Other recipes by Nigel Slater here, here and here.
P.S. I have learned in the article with Mr Slater's recipes what the following words mean... Vegetable stock, dollop, banking on, stirring, heaps, bloating, bite, patch, broad beans, alfresco, wholefood, nutrients, shredded, a wee, moist, colander, nubby, scooping up, startling, harbingers, tucking, damson-style, vanilla pods and butterscotch.
Ingredients: grated lemon peel, lemon juice, canola oil, garlic cloves, salt, dried thyme and ground pepper. And the nutritional facts for this recipe about the calories, fat and saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbs, protein and fiber.
How would it be with extravirgine olive oil? Who knows...
peel and stick
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scallion green spring onion
Ingredients for this "difficult" recipe: white crabmeat, water chestnuts, corn kernels, spring onions, ginger, red chile, Chinese rice wine or dry sherry, salt, pepper, canola oil, sesame oil, filo pastry, sesame seeds and chile sauce.
Well, a lot of time to learni these new words...: stacking and rolling up, drying out, unravelling, heaped, seam-side, wire-rack, shredding, prawns, bamboo shoots and sheen.