Henry's Olives Preserved Lemons are preserved in salt and lemon juice and flavored with cayenne. Preserved lemons are often associated with Moroccan cuisine (e.g. tagines) but they can be used in almost any recipe in place of fresh lemon and in a variety of other dishes. Their bright, lemony flavor is especially great with fish, chicken, lentils and desserts! But the possibilities are endless, you can really allow yourself to play and get creative, enjoy!
NPR Kitchen Window - Preserved Lemons: Older, Wiser And Full of Flavor
NPR has a wonderful article on preserved lemons, featured in their Kitchen Window series. They provide some history, flavor notes, and fantastic recipe ideas using preserved lemons. One recipe even calls for green olives and preserved lemons! We know where you can get both!
Serious Eats - The Secret Ingredient: Preserved Lemons
Seriouseats.com features a wonderfully written article on preserved lemons and some of the most fresh and inspiring preserved lemon recipes I've ever seen. The salmon tagine and preserved lemon semifreddo with basil syrup sound like the perfect summer meal to me!
Seriouseats.com preserved lemon recipes can be found here.
5 Ways to Use a Jar of Preserved Lemons
Thekitchn.com provides a simple but refreshing list of 5 ways you can use your preserved lemons. I especially like the idea of adding a bit of preserved lemon to brighten a regular pesto! How easy and flavorful!