all'agliata is the Italian term which means "with garlic sauce ", made by crushing garlic and mixing it with olive oil with breadcrumbs soaked in vinegar. This sauce has originated in Provence. It is used as a cold sauce and usually served with poached fish. Moreover, it refers to any dish or condiment made with crushed garlic, bread and vinegar.

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