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Pistachio and Herb Stuffed Shrimp

A fragrant dish, prepared in a short time that brings to the table the scent and taste of the sea, perfume from fresh herbs from the garden, and the tartness of lime. It is perfect as a finger food or a main course. The pistachio gives this shrimp recipe an incredibly special crunchiness. Tasty and aromatic, this Pistachio and Herb Shrimp dish is a delicacy that will enhances any daily or special menu. Chef Alba

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Bistro Chicken with Bermuda Salad

Imagine strolling along in Paris, finding a small bistro and enjoying eating outdoor. This recipe is a light and refined dish you could enjoy in a bistro. The combination of mustard and rose balsamic vinaigrette compliments the roasted chicken and vegetables. Make extra vinaigrette, and refrigerate to use on other dishes. Chef Wecker

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Shrimp with Mortar-Pestle Garlic Harissa Sauce

A remarkably simple recipe, using fresh garlic, warm spices, and harissa sauce to dress the shrimp. Harissa sauce is a spicy North African (Maghreb) condiment that is served with most dishes during meals. Have fun grinding this sauce in a mortar and pestle and make it as spicy or mild as you like. A delightful and impressive recipe that can be served as a tapa, meze, or a main course dish. Chef Alba

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Maghreb Hummus and Olive Salad

Hummus is a rustic chickpea dish of ancient Middle Eastern origins. In Arabic the word "hummus" or “houmous” means chickpeas. Another essential Middle Eastern ingredient to make a good hummus is, tahini. Tahini (means ground in Arabic) is a paste made from lightly toasted sesame seeds, ground and mixed with sesame seed oil. Hummus, spicy, fragrant, and packed with plant-based protein, can be served as a mezè (appetizer), a sauce, or a side dish. Garnish with olives, tomatoes, spices,...

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Salmon en Papillote

Salmon cooked en papillote, which means wrapped in a packet of parchment (or foil) in French, is a dramatic way to procure perfectly cooked salmon. It may sound like something complicated, but it is truly an easy way to cook lean proteins like fish. When baked en papillote, fish fillets like cod, halibut, snapper, trout, and salmon, cook quickly and are tender, moist, and flavorful. Chef Wecker

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