Salmoriglio

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Salmoriglio is a Southern Italian condiment made of lemon juice, olive oil, minced garlic, chopped oregano and parsley, salt and pepper. It is usually served with seafood or grilled and roasted meats.[1]

In some American applications, salmoriglio is served as a compound butter, slightly soft and whipped, containing Dijon mustard, lemon, olive oil, and fresh herbs.

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