Gremolata (or gremolada) is a chopped herb condiment typically made of garlic, parsley, and lemon peel. It is a traditional accompaniment to the Italian braised veal shank dish, "ossobuco alla milanese". Although it is a common accompaniment to veal, the citrus element in gremolata makes it an appropriate addition to seafood dishes.
- Mix the ingredients well and serve as a garnish
- Always make and use on the day or it loses it's zing
- Persillade, similar to gremolata but without the lemon zest.
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