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Fresh spelt salad with tuna and capers 
flipraparena


Joined: 31 Mar 2012
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Tasty, quick recipe, ideal for the summer but also perfect for a dinner party - it contains only a handful of ingredients, but the flavour is wholesome, and it's super healthy too!

Ingredients (4 people)

12 fistfuls of spelt (easy to find in most supermarkets)
100 gr of canned tuna (in olive oil, not water or brine!, for best results)
small capers and flat-leaf parsley to taste
1 clove of peeled garlic
Extra virgin olive oil
Coarse salt (for cooking the spelt)


Cook the spelt as you would cook pasta (but longer! usually 25 minutes), in boiling salted water - follow cooking instructions on the spelt's packaging for best results.
Drain the spelt and place it in a bowl; mix it with the tuna (drained from its oil), the capers and a mix of finely chopped parsley and garlic. Mix well with 1 and a half table spoons of good quality extra-virgin olive oil, and serve lukewarm.

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ThatsItalian


Joined: 03 May 2012
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This sounds delicious. It seems like a great way to prepare something with tuna, which otherwise might taste fishy and bland.

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the Italian capers bring out good flavors 
dolce123


Joined: 21 Nov 2005
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The capers are nice touch to that recipe, and the garlic makes it a nice combination.

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wcrystal


Joined: 15 Aug 2013
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How to choose a caper? This is a rare product in my city. I'm afraid to buy the bad capers.


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