North Blend makes this recipe stand out for all of your weekend mornings, brunch, and the occasional "breakfast for dinner" nights!
Roasting garlic in olive oil like this transforms it from sharp and pungent to a buttery, mellow, melt-in-your-mouth confit. The flavors blend beautifully with the tomatoes and onion.
The Sicilian food authority Pino Correnti believes that the dish is derived from the Catalan word caponada, meaning a similar kind of relish, and says it first appears in a Sicilian etymology of 1709.
Healthful and delicious — this dish is packed with flavor and a tremendous nutritional profile!
Your green beans will be invigorated by the combination of citrus and herb with a splash of rose.