Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

Serve with bread and fresh ricotta and a nice glass of wine. A recipe by Bill Granger.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place all ingredients into a bowl and stir to combine.
  2. Serve with bread and ricotta.
Most Helpful

Zippy! I LOVE green olives, and I love lemon juice, but I'm not quite ready for THAT much lemon juice so added a few tablespoons of sugar to tone it down a hair. Used dried parsley and basil (couldn't find my frozen chopped basil in my newly rearranged freezer--now who would do such a thing as that?) would prefer fresh, but oh well. When you got it, you got it...when you don't -- punt! We'll be serving this on our "appetizer" buffet for Thanksgiving Day prior to the feast. Thanks for being a part of our celebration!!

Debber November 24, 2007

If you are a lover of extreme flavors then this is one to try and it only gets better (and stronger) with refrigeration time, I only used the juice of one lemon, and added in a small amount of fresh garlic, I love this recipe, thanks for sharing hon!...Kitten

Kittencal@recipezazz February 18, 2007

This recipe was lovely - I cut it in half and added a tablespoon of balsamic vinegar because it tasted like it was missing something. I wonder if it might be better with the saltier cured Greek or Italian olives as opposed to the plain old canned pitted green olives I used. I ate this relish with "Leek Fritters (Prassokeftedes)" - I think I'll eat the leftovers with salmon.

What's Cooking? January 11, 2007