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Bottarga Pasta

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Bottarga, a specialty of southern Italy, is the roe of gray mullet or tuna that has been salted, pressed, and air-dried. You can buy bottarga from BuonItalia.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, July 2007
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  • ALmyx
    5 MAR, 2009
    You can too buy bottarga (poutargue or boutargue) come from France on http://www.almyx.eu This rich, marinated speciality is best consumed pure to fully appreciate the luxurious flavours. Wafer thin cut Pourtargue works exceptionally as an aperitif on its own or thinly spread on buttered toast. Finely grated Poutargue works equally well as an accompaniment to your main dishes (see our recipes). Please note that Poutargue is always consumed raw!
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