A good Sicilian peperonata is one of the most underrated and economical meals on menus today. It’s a brilliant option for vegan and vegetarian guests and it’s truly easy on the pocket, an important factor nowadays.
Peperonata can be eaten hot and at room temperature like its cousin caponata and it’s perfect over a bruschetta; the advantage of eating this at room temperature, is that it tastes so much better because the heat doesn’t interfere with the actual flavor. Overly hot food never tastes that great, anyway. Even though it’s easy to make, it can be botched easily, so take care. Here, then – the classic peperonata!
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Are you left with leftovers? Then you can mix it up with fetuccine with roasted bell pepper or in a fantastic bruschetta.