Coming from Italy I love Italian food. And there are so many dishes that are paleo friendly. Like this typical antipasto: peperonata.
The peperonata is a typical South Italian dish and can be served warm as a side dish for fish, like baccalà, with homemade hamburger or meat balls. If cold it is great on old, toasted bread slices as bruschetta for example.
I oftentimes prepare the peperonata or bell pepper antipasto and add olives. But this time I prepared the dish without because I served it to someone who doesn’t like olives.
I love the peperonata also on polenta, a kind of porridge made of cornmeal. Not really paleo but OK for Celiacs. I sometimes have corn or rice, amaranth or quinoa.
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