One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Salted and dried tuna or grey mullet roe.
- ‘Gill's pan-fried sea bass with tabbouleh, preserved lemon, bottarga and lemon oil was less successful, with the flavours clashing a little too violently.’
- ‘Try shaved raw artichoke with bottarga, linguine al granchio and salt-baked sea bass or the home-made salsiccia.’
- ‘The antipasto Sardo was a measly portion of charcuterie on curasao shamed by the piles of cheese and meat and bottarga and preserved vegetables at my own local Sardinian in Kentish Town, Pane Vino.’
- ‘Arrange the tortelli on top of the sauce and garnish with the grated bottarga and micro arugula.’
- ‘And a seafood triumvirate of bluefin tuna, prawn in parsley purée, and scallop carpaccio with bottarga is too stingily portioned to fully enjoy.’
Italian, from Arabic buṭarkhah, from Coptic outarakhon.
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