Aceitunas a la Sevillana

These tasty olives, served as part of Spain's famous tapas appetizer platters, make a great dish to pass around at a party, or as an antipasto.

Place the olives in a glass jar to make sure they fit. Place the olives in a bowl. Add all the other dry ingredients, and mix thoroughly. Fill the jar with the olives, then add the vinegar and water. Shake well and marinate at room temperature for several days. They will keep for weeks in the refrigerator, but they should be brought to room temperature before serving.


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