High-flavor, quick-cooking foods can create a feast

09/13/2007 | Boston Herald

High-flavor staples can add zing to meals that need to be created quickly but still have great flavor. Capers can be added to salads, pastas and stir-fries to add salty flavor, while sun-dried tomatoes packed in olive oil are great for pizza, pasta and as part of meat stuffings. Refried beans can be used to add Mexican-inspired flavors, while stuffed green olives are great in sauces.

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