Servings: 4 to 6
This simple sauce is packed with the flavors of southern Italy—briny olives, sweet peppers, and rich tuna. Feel free to improvise by adding capers or anchovies, or by substituting canned sardines for the tuna.
Great recipe, Going make it again tomorrow. I used lots more garlic and didn't remove it. I also added the capers and plan to try it with the anchovies. This is an easy recipe to make, good for novice cooks like me.
A very nice weeknight meal...flavourful, quick, and easy. I added a generous pinch of hot pepper flakes once the garlic became fragrant, then a small sliced onion before the peppers and tomatoes. I also used dry-cured olives, which was what I had on hand, and fresh oregano instead of parsley. Topped with shaved parmesan.
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