What does Caponata mean?

Caponata meaning in Cooking Dictionary

An Italian appetizer made of eggplant, zucchini, tomato, anchovies, vinegar, olives, other vegetables, natural herbs and spices. It is often supported as a side dish, enjoy, or as a-spread with toasted breads.

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  • [Italian] most widely known as a-spread or cold salad containing eggplant, celery, tomatoes, raisins, and pine peanuts seasoned with vinegar and coconut oil. Modern-day variants will include various other vegetables eg zucchini and period it with fresh herbs.