Thursday, September 20, 2012

Preserved Lemons







12 comments:

  1. YUM! Such beautiful pictures...as ever.

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  2. Oooh, looks very interesting. What will you do with them, if I may be so naive as to ask?! :)

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    1. Christina, once preserved, the rinds are used finely chopped in Moroccan tagines, and I've seen recipes for salad dressings and marinades that use it. It has a really distinct flavour.

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  3. Don't preserved lemons look great in their big jars! I am having a giveaway at the moment for a little girl's pink tote..just thought you may be interested as you have one..a little girl that is!

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  4. I am wondering what you would use them for as well! They certainly look pretty!

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  5. Love having these on hand! I use them any time I would use lemon juice or zest, which is pretty much in anything.

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  6. I LOVE Moroccan food, and preserved lemons. Gorgeous pictures.

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  7. Such a coincidence that I've just come inside with a basket full of limes and lemons from our over-laden trees. Now I'm off to the local Oppy to find some large jars. I've not preserved lemons/limes before.

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  8. These look great. Please don't tell us that you grew the lemons or I'll die of jealousy!

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  9. Hi Greer. I would love to try these. We have a huge lemon tree next door which we use. Is it just sea salt and the juice from the lemons? Would be great if you could post the recipe. Elaina xo

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