Tag: Olive Oil


Moussaka is probably one of the most mysterious, ambiguous and unique dishes. And it is so delicious! Let’s cook greek moussaka right now!

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Grilled asparagus

Grilled veggies, esp. grilled asparagus. is the best part of a barbecue. Let us show you how in few steps you can make grilled asparagus.

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Tapenade egg tapas

Tapenade is an olive paste that comes from French Provence. The main ingredients of tapenade are olives, green or black, capers, anchovies and olive oil. In southern France, where it comes from, tapenade is always served as an aperitif.
The first mention of tapenade dates back to 1899. It appears in “The Cuisinière Provençale” book, written by Jean-Baptiste Reboul, who was a chef of “La Maison Doree” restaurant in Marseille. Nevertheless, the are facts telling that tapenade was invented many years ago.
Although traditionally tapenade is usually made from black olives, you can also use green olives to prepare this paste. Today we will share our own recipe with you. So, let’s start.

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Gluten-free pizza

This gluten-free pizza is 100% the real deal. It has gluten-free pizza crust to die for. On top of that it tastes and looks and feels like real pizza. There’s no strange ingredients or any complicated procedures. But the result will simply blow you away.

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Shakshuka with courgette and bell pepper

Shakshuka – eggs on vegetables – is a staple dish of Israeli cuisine – eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner whatever you are in a restaurant or at home – and it’s considered a big competitor to falafel and hummus for the title of Best Israeli Dish.

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Herring with onion in olive oil

Here in Poland there is no house where you will not find herring on the Christmas table. Therefore we are bringing you a classical edition of herring with onion in olive oil. Yes for all you Poles it alredy might be a twist as tipicaly it is not the olive oil that is used for this dish :). But here at CRAVEmonkey, we belive that it is exactly this ingredeint that takes the herring to the next level. Try it and you will know what we mean.
There are also many further variations to this combination but we want to start with the simple and classic one so you will have a proper introduction and base. And then you can play with this dish as a next step. 

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