Caponata is a type of popular Sicilian vegetable “stew” consisting of fried eggplant, capers, celery, olives, tomatoes, and olive oil, although different parts of Sicily may prepare it in slightly different ways. Caponata is often served as a side dish to an entree, but it can also be served on its own. Easy and quick to prepare, all you need for a great caponata is quality primary ingredients. Buon appetito!
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