Servings: 6 (2 servings per packet)
“Gremolata,” says Chef Canora, “is like Italian MSG. It makes everything taste good.” It’s important, he adds, to chop the parsley, lemon zest, and garlic cloves together, not separately. Ready-made parchment packets are available in the supermarket’s foil-and-plastic-wrap aisle, but if you can’t find them it’s easy to fold your own. Watch our video to see how.
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