Fish with Tomatoes and Green Olive Tapenade

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  • on July 03, 2013

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    I've made this twice and have to say it's absolutely delicious. The tapenade is easy and gives great flavor. I used different colored cherry tomatoes on top and it was a beautiful presentation. Just made it for family members who don't eat fish and swear they'd never eat anchovy - raving reviews. Love when I can change a person's ideas about what their palate likes! Thanks Laura. I served with Laura's THIS IS NOT RICE PILAF recipe. The thing I like most about Laura's recipes is that they are completely simple to make but scrumptious and guest pleasers.

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  • on May 24, 2013

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    Absolutely divine! I used salmon instead because it looked freshest that day. SO yummy. We used left over tapenade on crackers with oysters as an appetizer. Laura's recipes are WONDERFUL!

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  • on January 31, 2013

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    This was delicious. I had some left over tapenade, so I used it to spread on french bread. It made a healthy, complete meal. I would cook this again.

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  • on October 27, 2012

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    Very good. Added sour cream after cooking & tasting. Will add green onions and more capers next time. Had to use tilapia, much thicker fish, so I oiled some foil, wrapped them up, and cooked at 350F for 15 mins.

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