When I first saw this recipe, I was eager to try it but not sure, how it would go over. I then realized how a date is not truly a date until warmed. Warming softens the skin making it more of a mouth experiment. This sweet, salty and sour treat will get great reviews from your entire guest.
12 dates pitted
almonds (you can use whole but I use sliced)
1. slit sides of dates and stuff with almonds enough so you can still close the dates back up, then heat olive oil in pan, warm dates then just add on a plate, sprinkle with sea salt and lime juice. You can add toothpicks in each if you would like.
Yields: 4 servings