I have a question about the recipe "Muffalettas for a Crowd" from Kees To The Kitchen. Can you tell me if you drain the olives, and other jarred veggies?
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Yes, if you're using jarred olives and jarred roasted peppers, you'll want to drain them.
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I'm an old hand at muffalettas New Orleans style and I prefer to use olives bought in bulk rather than jarred.
Nancy is a trusted home cook.
But/and if I were making this, I'd keep the drained liquid...either to use if I wanted to make the sandwiches moister, or as part of a salad dressing (probably use up within a week).
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I'm with Nancy. I always add some of the pickling juice to the dressing. Maybe if just preference.
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definitely drain them, the recipe calls for oil and vinegar on the sandwich already. that added liquid will just make the sandwich soggy.
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