Spaghetti alla puttanesca is one of my favorite Italian dishes. While the best I ever had was in Rome, I have found that the recipe never disappoints, no matter where you get it. The dish is tangy and mildly salty, and I always find myself cleaning my plate.
While thinking about what kind of recipe I wanted to highlight this week, I kept coming back to the simple and delicious combination of flavors in a puttanesca. But I did not want to do yet another pasta dish. I wanted fresh ingredients for summer, and something that wouldn’t require much cooking (because who wants to stand over a hot stove on a hot summer night?). That is how the bruschetta puttanesca was born.
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