Attributed to Delicious Dish for diabetics by Robin Ellis, Published by Skyhorse Publishing Inc. New York. You can view its website atwww.skyhorsepublishing.com.
This is a stunner and goes well with salmon fillet or chicken. You need a decent pile of herbs. Use whatever is available with parley, mint and chives as the base.
1 bunch parley
1 bunch mint
2 bunch chives
1 bunch chervil/tarragon
1 tbsp. capers
salt and pepper
2 cloves of garlic - sliced wafer-thin
1 tbsp. Dijon
2 lemon - juiced
200 ml/7fl oz./3/4 cup olive oil
1. Pile the herbs together and chop them roughly.
2. Add the capers, salt and garlic to the pile and chop thoroughly.
3. Put this in a bowl and mix in the mustard, lemon juice and the oil. Seasoning with pepper.
4. Taste it for the balance of lemon and olive oil: you should end up with a rough mush, a delicious looking green mess.
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