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Antipasto Misto

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Antipasto Misto is a popular dish in Italy. Antipasto means “before the meal” from Italian. It is traditionally served before the main course. Antipasto Misto contains a variety of prosciuttos and salamis and other ingredients which might vary by regions. Cheese and bread can be often found as ingredients of this dish. It is typically decorated with olives and spiced with olive oil. Artichokes, mushrooms, tomatoes might be added as well. It can be prepared a day ahead and kept in the fridge, wrapped in a thin plastic film, to keep it fresh. This kind of antipasto can be seen in many restaurants menus across the country.

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Antipasto Misto, www.bigoven.com

Starting the Meal: An Antipasto Misto , italianfood.about.com

Antipasto Misto Platter , ezinearticles.com