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Olive Tapenade

This is a recipe I created. It is extremely versatile as is and can be quickly prepared in a mini food processor.

This is great as a cracker spread, on bruschetta, and on Schlotsky™ style muffuletta sandwiches. Want a great main course? Toss it into pasta, along with artichokes, diced tomatoes, mushrooms, capers, and basil pesto. Add shrimp and make it even yummier! Want to serve several different flavors? Replace the cayenne with Chipotle peppers in one batch, add feta cheese and drained roasted red peppers to another batch.

Ingredients

 2 15 ounce cans black pitted olives, drained
 1/4 - 1/3 jar stuffed green olives, drained (based on 10 ounce jar)
 1 teaspoon fresh minced garlic
 1 heaping teaspoon capers
 3 - 4 Tablespoons Extra virgin olive oil
  
-=[ Spices ]=- Mrs. Dash™ salt-free blend dried basil leaves herb de provence seasoning dash salt, to taste dash cayenne pepper dash ground thyme

Directions

Put all ingredients except for the olive oil in food processor and pulse lightly until coarsely chopped. Scoop into bowl and add the olive oil. Use enough oil so everything is well moistened with a fine layer of residual oil in the bottom of the dish. Season to your taste preference.

Serves: 4 to 6
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