In my catering co., I made these as Horsdoeuvre and loved their uniqueness. The original recipe was in a 1980's paperback of which i do not have the title. Time required will be the same when you make up to 48 halves. *** —LeBec Fin
- Prep time 1 hour
- Cook time 15 minutes
- Serves 24 horsd'oeuvre***
creamer potatoes, halved lengthwise,a thin slice removed from the round bottoms so the halves will sit firmly. Halves scooped out of most of the filling but not penetrating the bottom of the half.
Extra virgin olive oil [EVOOI], salt and fresh ground pepper, all to lightly coat the prepared halves, which are then roasted until fork finds them just tender.
cubed unflavored croutons soaked in 1/3 cup of fish or strong chicken stock stock
soaked croutons added to food processor with 1/2 cup toasted almonds,ground, and 1/2 cup toasted pine nuts, ground , plus 2 minced garlic cloves 3 T. fresh lemon juice, and 2 T. EVOO
In This Recipe
- Puree all in food processor. Pipe the moroccan filling into the pre-roasted halves and roast till filling is slightly crisp. Serve.
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