Yield: Yields 1-1/4 cups.
This piquant Italian-style sauce is wonderful served with grilled or roasted meats, fish, and vegetables; spooned over braised lamb or veal shanks; drizzled over a bowl of minestrone or puréed soup; stirred into rice; or simply used as a dip for raw vegetables. Try to make the sauce a couple of hours, or even a day, ahead so the flavors have time to meld.
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