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With their soft and subtle flavor, preserved lemons add mild zing to countless North African and Mediterranean dishes. These lemons, preserved in salt and lemon juice, taste like nothing else. They turn sour and salty. Try little pieces in greens salads, or tucked into baked sweet potatoes, cooked with greens, or added to a stew or soup. Use the lemons wherever you need a tart, spicy accent.
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North African and middle eastern food uses preserved lemons. I have made the preserved lemons this is an easy way to have some with out the time and effortPublished 20 months ago by C. M. Chapman
I was really disappointed the liquid inside the jar is murky, the lemons are so salty that I could not eat them even though I am an avid eater of preserved lemons and was never... Read morePublished on August 29, 2013 by Maria A. Baranes
I've had some trouble preserving lemons on my own. Love having these in the fridge for when I want to make Moroccan lemon and olive chicken.Published on June 24, 2013 by elh
you would be better off making your own~there are some easy recipes out there~these are just horrible!~inauthentic~rip off~i would give them zero stars if i could! Read morePublished on June 4, 2013 by Mistress Pleasure
The main thing I liked about this product is that I am now able to make some chicken recipes in my tangine. Very difficult to locate - even in the Washington DC area.Published on April 10, 2013 by Lee S. Mairs
These are the best preserved lemons that I ever bought. They look and taste good. Value is there for the price.Published on February 21, 2013 by C. Lyon