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Antipasto

An old family recipe from Northern Italy, based on tuna and pickled vegetables

Notes

Use the rinsed out giardiniera jar to store antipasto.
Keeps in the fridge for weeks.
Serve as a dip, with crackers; as a sandwich filler; on toast; or eat straight out of the jar.

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Posted by LMW • 5y ago • Report
Very more-ish, does not last very long.