taramasalata


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taramasalata

(ˌtærəməsəˈlɑːtə)
n
(Cookery) a creamy pale pink pâté, made from the roe of grey mullet or smoked cod and served as an hors d'oeuvre. Also shortened to: tarama
[C20: from Modern Greek, from tarama cod's roe]
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taramasalata

[ˌtærəməsəˈlɑːtə] Ntaramasalata f aperitivo griego a base de huevas de pescado ahumadas

taramasalata

[ˌtærəməsəˈlɑːtə] ntarama m
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This is the man who, when he first took the Greece job, thought Tzatziki and Taramasalata were international strikers.
While all Brits really wanted to know is how it would affect our own huge houmous and taramasalata reserves.
Essential to any such spread are the bowls of tasty dipping things, from silky labneh yoghurt to the intense fishy taramasalata.
The starters were flavoursome - a bowl of taramasalata that had a good lemony zing to counteract the fishiness and a plate of the Greek sausages loukaniko that were dense,meaty and deftly spiced.
Grilled vegetables - including zucchini, bell pepper and egg plant served with dips of an egg plant caviar and a taramasalata (salted and cured roe of a cod fish) with blins (pancakes) served with potato wedges, salad and toasted pita breads, make it the most well rounded gourmet affair I have experienced in some time.
But if skinny-dipping with Greek waiters isn't your thing, just crack open the Lesbian wine (no sniggering, it's a thing in Lesbos), lay on your finest meze of olives and Taramasalata, and order the DVD from Amazon.
The Polish couple on the table next to us tucked into Greek salads piled high with olives and taramasalata.
A Taramasalata is a sort of fishy dip normally made from cod's roe, but sometimes other things in certain areas.
It's almost as much fun as taramasalata - i ncludes former Liverpool duo Albert Riera and Milan Baros as well as ex-Bolton battering ram Johan Elmander.
Not too often: Taramasalata, houmous, spanakopita, moussaka, olive oil.
Minutes later, we are sitting on the roof terrace of a tall, thin restaurant, three storeys above street level, sipping gin and tonics and nibbling olives, bread and taramasalata.