Uova sode in salsa verde (Hard Boiled Eggs in Green Sauce)
WASHINGTON, April 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Salsa verde, literally 'green sauce' is a quick, parsley-based raw condiment, intensely flavored with garlic, anchovies, capers, a dash of vinegar and, if you like, a pinch of hot red pepper, all bathed in fruity olive oil. It is a culinary cousin to other such sauces like the Sicilian salmoriglio or the Argentinian chimichurri and the Spanish mojo verde. It most often used as an accompaniment to boiled meats, but it has other uses as well. Hard-boiled eggs go particularly well with a drizzle of pungent salsa verde. It take only minutes to make, but the beautiful result is bound to impress, even at the fanciest of occasions.
You can find the recipe at the Italian food blog, Memorie di Angelina.
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