Top Rated Olive Recipes

Tim Love steps away from Texan cuisine and shares a homey side of himself with this roasted chicken thigh recipe.  Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Olive Oil Poached Salmon
Poaching fish is a great, easy way to cook the protein while ensuring that it retains all its moisture. And poaching something in olive oil takes that to the next level. You'll want to use a tasty extra-virgin olive oil for this because the fish will absorb a lot of the oil's flavor during the cooking process. I went with simple flavors (lemon, garlic, chile, oregano) to let the olive oil and fish shine, but it would be easy to sub in any additional herbs and spices (think rosemary or other citrus) you like. Click here to see Why You Should Cook with Olive Oil.
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Seared Tuna With Olives and Capers
If you enjoy your fresh tuna on the raw side, this delicious entree cooks in minutes. If cooking this meal for Passover, double check that the capers you've purchased are certified for Passover. If you can't find them, substitute green olives for the capers.This recipe is by Paula Shoyer, author of "The New Passover Menu" (Sterling Epicure, 2015), and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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orange olives
These orangey olives go great on salads, in stews or all by themselves. This recipe is by Leah Eskin and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Olive tapenade
Use canned anchovy, not anchovy paste, to prepare this tapenade. Keep refrigerated, stir and serve with crackers, crostini or a sliced baguette.This recipe by Dorie Greenspan appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Veracruz Tomato Olive Salsa recipe - The Daily Meal
This salsa is one of the easiest sauces to make at home. Ideally, the chunky sauce starts with ripe, fresh tomatoes, but in the offseason canned tomatoes make an adequate stand-in for garden-fresh. Olives and briny capers confirm the Spanish influence on Mexico's food. Make a large batch of this salsa to use over grilled fish, to eat on chips, to season crab for an empanada, or to dollop over scrambled eggs or tacos.This recipe is by JeanMarie Brownson and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Vegetarian Sandwich
It's often hard to make vegetarian sandwiches feel hearty, but the savory flavors here create a warm, filling sandwich for any season. The key to this sandwich is good ingredients. Finding high-quality olives, ripe and flavorful tomatoes, and fresh bread are essential for this recipe. Click here for 8 Sweet and Savory Sandwiches. 
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Chicken With Potatoes and Olives recipe - The Daily Meal
I am always pleased to come up with a dish that is a meal in itself—one that combines either chicken or meat with vegetables. This is one of my favorites, and because it is so easy to make, I often serve it at Passover. —Helen NashThis recipe is from "Helen Nash's New Kosher Cuisine" by Helen Nash (The Overlook Press, 2012) and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Olive Tapenade Meatloaf
Four ingredients — plus a little salt & pepper — is all it takes to create this delicious and unique olive tapenade meatloaf.Recipe courtesy of Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner
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Lemon olive oil cake
When preparing this recipe always use good quality extra-virgin olive oil. This recipe by Yaël Wiesenfeld and adapted by Peggy Wolff appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Chicken Frittata With Kalamata Olives
A frittata is like a crustless quiche and can be filled with all kinds of meat, vegetables, herbs, and cheese. Try this version made with tender chicken, fingerling potatoes, dill and goat cheese.Recipe courtesy of Perdue
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Poached Halibut
Halibut is a delicious, juicy fish with a delicate flavor, so you always want to make it the star of the dish. By poaching the halibut in an infused olive oil, you can keep the fish prominent but still pack it with flavor. Check out more Hearty and Healthy Halibut Recipes.
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