What Are Capers Used for?

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A caper, when defined as a noun, refers to a playful, joyous expressive action made by an individual. However, when defined as a verb, it means to jump around or move your body in a way expressing relaxation or happiness. Interestingly, a caper is also a far fetched or unbelievable story.
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Capers are the unripe flower buds of Capparis spinosa, a Mediterranean plant.
Capers refer to salted and pickled flower buds used in chicken, fish and potato dishes. Capers are also used in pizzas.
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Capers are the buds of the Capparis Spinosa plant which is native to the Mediterranean. They are used in a variety of foods and have a salty, lemony flavor.
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Thriving in semiarid climate, capers became naturalized in the Mediterranean basin. Widely used as seasoning or garnish in Cypriot, Sicilian Italian, and Maltese cuisine, capers can
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1. Throw some capers in your pasta. Capers taste especially good with fish. If you sauté chopped garlic in olive oil and mix in the drained spaghetti and canned anchovies,
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