caponata

[kap-uh-nah-tuh]
noun
a spread of chopped eggplant, tomatoes, onions, and capers, and sometimes pine nuts, anchovies, and olives, cooked in olive oil.
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caponata (ˌkæpəˈnɑːtə)
 
n
(in Sicilian cookery) a dish of fried seasoned aubergine and other vegetables, served as an appetizer
 
[Italian]

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Scallops with braised veal and caponata were seared to a lovely tenderness.
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