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Sicilian style Caponata

Caponata alla siciliana

The dish consists of soft aubergines with Sicilian capers and oregano scented olives, stewed with a light base of onion, celery and cherry tomatoes. Caponata has about 40 variations only in Sicily and is widespread throughout the Mediterranean. Its origins date back to a remote past, as suggested by the meaning of the word caponata, which derives from the Greek "captos", (cut), and refers to the cutting of the vegetables used to make it. It is proposed as an appetizer, side dish or also as a single dish, accompanied by bread.

£ 8.90 / serving

FRESH

VEGETARIAN

GLUTEN FREE
315
KCAL

Ingredients

Caponata
Tomatoes (origin: Italy), aubergines, seed oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, green olives, VINEGAR (contains SULPHITES), onion, CELERY, capers, pine nuts, salt.

Nutrition facts

Nutrition fact: average values for 100g
KJ/Kcal: 879/210
Fat: 20
Of which saturated: 3.2
Carbohydrates: 3.2
Of which sugars: 2.8
Protein: 2.7
Salt: 1.5
Allergens: SULPHITES, CELERY
Keep refrigerated between 0° – 4°C. Consume within 1 day after opening.
Calories per serving: 315 kCal

Net weight Caponata: 150 GRAMS

Total net Weight: 150 GRAMS

Cooking instructions

This dish is making a perfect starter or side dish, for lunch or dinner. It can be served Italian-style at room temperature or lukewarm. It is already cooked, so very easy and quick to heat up. Open the box, pierce the film and heat up the in a microwave for 3 minutes at 750w. In alternative, taste at room temperature. Plate in a small bowl and add your ‘last touch’ as you wish. Our pairing’s suggestion?

An italian classic dish need an Italian classic oil. Perfect match to the rich flavour and bitter sweet character is surely the Filippo Berio’s 100% Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil, able to withstand the complexity and richness of the dishes with a fruity and intense character.

Enjoy!

CAUTION: steam may be release when removing the film lid.

 

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Delita
Average rating:  
 1 reviews
 by Saby
A trip to Sicily!

A great dish, fresh, light and delicious. Better than the one I ate in Palermo!