For those of you with a jar in hand I will provide you with some of the recipes and resources for what I plan on making with my preserved lemons.
The reason I made my lemons was for this Moroccan Carrot Salad recipe. I have been making a similar one without the lemons. I can't get enough of them. A Preserved Lemon search on the Food52 site pulled up several pages of great sounding recipes including a Preserved Lemon and Thyme Compound Butter that would be good on a variety of meats or veggies, maybe even warm bread.
Preserved Lemons with Asparagus appears to be a popular combination:
Asparagus with Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette and Preserved Lemon from Tea and Cookies
Preserved Lemon and Spring Vegetable Risotto from The Dog's Breakfast
I found about 10 variations of this Moroccan Stew, I might try this one: Israeli Couscous with Butternut Squash and Preserved Lemons from David Lebovitz
Shae at Hitchhikng to Heaven posted this great story about Vietnamese Preserved Lemons. It also includes a cure for the common cold which is all too common this time of year. She also posted a link on Facebook for a great Moroccan Style Guacamole Recipe that contains preserved lemons.
The guacamole recipe let me to Kitchen Caravan which has several tempting Preserved Lemon recipes including a Tuna Salad that will be going with me to work next week, and a Martini (not at work) to go with that guacamole above.
They serve Preserved Lemon Relish with Turkey on Leite's Culinaria. I see Harissa Salmon with this relish in my future.
Speaking of Preserved Lemon Relish, how about a Harissa Onion Dog with Preserved Lemon Relish? Not into hot dogs? Me neither, but there are another 20 recipes for Preserved lemons on Epicurious.
Hope you found something you like. Please feel free to add your favorite uses for Preserved Lemons in the comments section. Recipe links are encouraged.
I'm also adding this post to Mother's Kitchen: Spice Rack Challenge February: Citrus