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The time has come to uncover the great deception of Spoon Speed. The 600 recipes in this blog have not been made by Rosa, I have made them ;-)

Ok, it's a lie. This is the first and I hope it is not the last. Go from touching the guts from the blog to hang the black apron is a responsibility but surely the student ends up unseating the teacher (Trembles @rosaarda). Notice, my recipes are easy, fast and above all they are thought for those who can't mess up more than 20 minutes in the kitchen.

Ah! You will see that many things are for snack on weekends or dinner plates for after work, when one arrives in dust at home and sees no other way out than to start this our beloved robot. It is what it is, the blog also reflects the hard life of the employee. I await your comments and follow my recipes in Today he cooks or on Twitter, in @eltupperdecasal.


330 g boneless black olives
50 g of canned tuna
3 garlic cloves
8 anchovy fillets in olive oil
1 tablespoon capers
1 teaspoon thyme
100 g of extra virgin olive oil
Ground pepper to taste

1.- Weigh the 10 gr of oil and reserve.
2.- Put all the ingredients in the glass -except extra virgin olive oil- and crush 3 minutes in progressive speed 5-8. Lower what is left on the walls with the help of the spatula.
3.- Put the Thermomix in speed 4, no time and with the beaker on, add the oil so that it falls slowly as if you were doing a mayonnaise. Ready

Note: The gray or black mixture that results after crushing the ingredients is indeed quite disgusting. Do not get carried away by appearances. Accompany the Tapenade with bread sticks or toast and ... close your eyes. You will see that many times we eat only with our eyes.

Source: Vorwerk

Video: Black Olive Tapenade. Jamie & Gennaro (November 2019).