Tapenade

Tapenade

Tapenade, originated in the French Provence, is typically a spread made from black olives and olive oil, with possible other ingredients such as capers and anchovies. Many variations are possible, involving adding such ingredients as sun-dried tomatoes, figs. It is also possible to use as the basis green olives, instead of black olives.
Tapenade is a popular appetizer in the Mediterranean countries.

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