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Tuna Antipasto

Tuna Antipasto

Para español hacer clic aquí ->Antipasto de Atún

Antipasto is the traditional first course of formal Italian meals that include cured meats, olives, mushrooms, pickled vegetables with vinegar and oil, and cheeses.  We have a recipe that may not be traditionally Italian, but it will become a must-have in any gatherings. This Antipasto Dip replaces cured meats with tuna, making lighter and more affordable. It’s easy to make and it will make you the most liked host or the favorite guest at your next gathering.

Ingredients:

10-12 servings. 82 calories per serving.

1 large white onion cut into thin slices 

1 red bell pepper cut into long thin strips 

1 tablespoon of oil 

1 jar of tuna steaks (with the oil it comes in) 

1 tablespoon of salt 

1 jar of pickles, chopped (with the vinegar it comes in) 

1/2 jar of capers (with the vinegar it comes in) 

1/2 cup of mushrooms previously fried in butter

1/2 jar of stuffed olives (with the vinegar it comes in) 

I / 2 jar of tomato sauce or ketchup

1 bay leaf 

1/4 bottle of onions with vinegar

Prep: About 1 hour.

In a frying pan on the fire, heat the oil and fry the onion, paprika and bay leaf there for 3 minutes. Remove from the fire. 

Separately, in a non-metal container, place the tuna and mash it with a fork, add the pickles, capers, olives, mushrooms, onions, and tomato sauce. Stir well and pour this mixture over the previously fried onion and paprika. Place this mixture on medium heat and let it heat until it boils, stirring gently with the help of a wooden spoon. Remove from the heat and leave to cool. 

Serve it accompanied by crackers. 

NOTE: If you have time you can prepare it 1 day in advance so that it has better taste and store it in the fridge.

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