Tapenade is a traditional Provençal dish made with olives, capers, anchovies, garlic and olive oil. Healthy recipe blogger Lilian Dikmans shares a nutrient-packed dish to enjoy.

“It's good stuff, and I usually don't like messing with good stuff, but the other day I had a head of broccoli to use up and some olives sitting in my fridge … so I came up with this recipe.

I didn't have any capers or anchovies on hand at the time, so I kept it super simple. I actually loved it with the broccoli and who's going to complain about some extra nutrient-packed greens?

If you're after some serving suggestions, it's pretty versatile. You could serve as a chunky dip with crackers, sliced vegetables, flat bread, spread it on toast, or just eat it with a spoon (I did)!

I made it with green olives (I like matching colours), but black olives would also work well. If you have some olives marinated in herbs and spices, even better!”