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Spicy citrus salad with pistachios and thyme

SPICY CITRUS SALAD WITH PISTACHIOS AND THYME
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Servings Prep Time
2 10
Servings Prep Time
2 10
SPICY CITRUS SALAD WITH PISTACHIOS AND THYME
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2 10
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. With a sharp paring knife, cut the peel away from the citrus, taking care to remove all the pith. Slice the citrus into ½-inch-thick slices. Slice the onion into half-moon crescents. Arrange the citrus and onion slices interchangeably on a big platter in several layers.
  2. Chop pistachios and thyme roughly, and sprinkle over the fruit.
  3. Shake or vigorously stir together olive oil, orange marmalade and lime juice until well combined. Pour liberally over salad.
  4. Top with lime zest, smoked paprika or cayenne pepper. Finish the salad off with a generous sprinkle of Maldon sea salt.
Recipe Notes

NOTE: Spicy citrus salad pairs well with a Breakfast Martini cocktail.

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Marzipan Dates
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Beautiful and Festive, marzipan dates add colour to the Mimouna table, or any other occasion. For an extra celebratory look, place each date into a paper cup, just like a truffle, or decorate with sprinkles. Trying this recipe at home? Share your pics with us! Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @federationCJA #jewishfoodproject
Marzipan Dates
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Beautiful and Festive, marzipan dates add colour to the Mimouna table, or any other occasion. For an extra celebratory look, place each date into a paper cup, just like a truffle, or decorate with sprinkles. Trying this recipe at home? Share your pics with us! Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @federationCJA #jewishfoodproject
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Instructions
  1. Grind almonds with sugar in a food processor, or mix already ground almonds with sugar in food processor.
  2. Add egg to mixture and knead into a dough.
  3. Divide into balls (tennis ball size). Add a bit of food colouring to each ball, and leave some marzipan a natural colour.
  4. Cut dates lengthwise through each date (but do not slice in half). Remove the pit.
  5. Roll marzipan into cylinders smaller than date and stuff each date.
  6. Decorate with crushed pistachios or walnuts, and Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

What to do with leftover marzipan? Make small balls, and place a piece of walnut on either side.

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