A Sicilian classic, caponata is a sweet-sour salad that originally consisted (in its most aristocratic form) of fried aubergines, baby octopus, lobster, swordfish, smoked tunny fish roe, prawns, hard-boiled eggs, capers, olives and celery, in a sweet-sour sauce of orange juice, olive oil, almonds, bread, anchovies, sugar, vinegar and chocolate.
These days a caponata with seafood is usually called caponata di pesce. Often the caponata is served on the side of a fish dish. There's also caponatina, a simpler version of the above, aubergine, capers, green olives, celery, sugar, vinegar, olive oil and grated chocolate, cooked all together. But there are many recipes (one good one is here). The Neapolitan version is called cianfotta.
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