Torque is used to obtain a desired clamp up force, the force of the bolt pulling the parts together.
Unless noted in the manual, etc, bolts are installed without lube.
Antiseize compound being a lube will increase the amount of clamp up force.
In theory when using antiseize the torque value should be reduced by 2/3 to 3/4.
If you removed as much of the antiseize as possible would not be concerned in this case.
However if doing something like head bolts (often the manual states to dip the complete bolt in oil) or a nut that preloads a bearing then would concerned as the clamp up force will be increased.