a paste of olives, capers, anchovies, olive oil and seasonings
Provençal condiment made from black olives, capers, and anchovies, macerated with olive oil and aromatic spices
a blend of black olives, anchovies, capers, olive oil, and lemon juice, sometimes with rum or canned tuna added; specialty of Provence.
A paste made from cured black olives seasoned with olive oil, garlic, anchovies, capers, lemon, and marc or cognac. This is common in Provence, where it is served with croutons and raw vegetables to dip. This also makes a good sauce for grilled meats and strong flavored fish.
A dip or filling which originates from southern France. It usually consists of olives, capers, olive oil (and sometimes anchovies).
a preparation from Provence consisting of black olives, anchovies, capers, olive oil, garlic and lemon juice pounded to a thick paste, used as a dip or condiment.
a spread consisting of capers and black olives and anchovies made into a puree with olive oil
a condiment from the Provence region of France typically made with olives, capers, and other seasonings
Tapenade is a paste made of black olives, capers, anchovies, mustard, basil and parsley. You can use it on Crostini or Bruschetta, with pasta and in sauces, as a marinade for meat and also for adding to casseroles and stews.
ta-pen-AHD. A thick paste made from capers, anchovies, olives, olive oil, lemon juice and seasonings. These days you will find all sorts of 'tapenade' -- dried tomato, artichoke and more.
a condiment originally from Provence made with capers, stoned black pitted olives, and desalted anchovies pounded in a mortar with lemon juice and herbs. There are numerous variations but the name comes from tapeno which means caper! Used as accompaniment to grilled fish, meat or served with cruditées or on toast.
Tapenade is a rich, soft paste made of black olives,...
Tapenade is ProvenÃ§al dish consisting of pureed or finely chopped black olives, capers, anchovies, and olive oil. It may also contain garlic, herbs, tuna, lemon juice, or brandy. Its name comes from the ProvenÃ§al word for capers, tapÃ©no.