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A question about a recipe: Leek, Lemon, and Feta Quiche

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I have a question about the ingredient "ouzo (optional)" on the recipe "Leek, Lemon, and Feta Quiche" from Feeding the Saints (A. C. Parker).

asked by bitymom about 3 years ago
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Amanda Hesser

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added about 3 years ago

Are you looking for a substitute? If so, Pernod or any other anise-flavored liquor would work.

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added about 3 years ago

Thanks, Amanda, for answering. I have used Pastis (which is my husband's aperitif of choice) as an ouzo substitution many times. Anything anise-flavored would definitely do the trick, as you say.