Servings: eight to ten as a side dish.
This is a simple version of the puttanesca sauce native to Naples, minus the anchovies. You’ll have some lemon oil left over; use it in salads, salsas, or meat marinades.
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Very nice. Easy to make and leftovers are even better!
Good summer dish. Easy to make, albeit slightly time-consuming. This is a dish that will impress others at a potluck dinner.
Very fresh and tasty. Easy summer side dish.
This dish is easy to make. The flavors are both pungent and flavorful. It always gets favorable comments when served as a summer side dish. The salad has the added advantage that it keeps well in the refrigerator.
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