The tapenade is a sauce very typical from the south of France. Mostly composed of olives (green or black, but I prefer it with green ones, not that strong), it is very tasty, quite strong, and it goes perfectly well together with Mediterranean dishes.
Although it may sound sophisticated, it is very easy to prepare, so if you can’t find it in your stores, let’s go!
The juice of half a lemon
Herbs de Provence (a mix of rosemary, parsley, thyme, etc.)
5 soup spoons of olive oil
A garlic clove
Mix everything in a blender (like I said, easy).
You can keep it 1 week in the fridge without problem (more if it is well stored)