Antipasto is typically the first course (one of many) of a much larger traditional Italian meal. It’s usually made with a combination of veggies, charcuterie and cheeses — all lightly dressed in a simple vinaigrette. Depending on the region, antipasto can vary slightly, sometimes substituting the salumi (as in this recipe) with cured fish or aged cheeses.
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