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Sicilian Pasta With Sardines, Cauliflower, and Raisins

It may sound like a strange combination, but this earthy version of the traditional Sicilian dish Pasta con le Sarde has a delightful flavor and texture. It can also be prepared with fresh fennel bulb instead of cauliflower, or by adding crushed tomatoes, tomato paste or pine nuts.
Sicilian pasta with sardines and pecorino on a plate
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Karen
Karen Olson

Karen Olson is a Minneapolis-based writer and editor.

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