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Caprese Salad

One of the true delights of summer! This salad combines all your favorite fresh flavors and textures: plump, ripe garden tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and fresh basil. Serve it as a meal, an appetizer, or with a grilled steak dinner.

Insalata Caprese

Ingredients:

4 large, ripe tomatoes
1 large fresh mozzarella (4-5 oz.), drained
12 leaves fresh basil
Balsamic vinegar
Extra-virgin olive oil
Salt and fresh cracked black pepper

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Directions:

Cut the tomatoes into flat, 1/4” thick slices and place them in a large plate. Cut the mozzarella into approximately eight slices and lay them over the tomatoes. Cut the basil leaves into thin strips and sprinkle them over the salad.

Drizzle the ingredients with olive oil, vinegar, and season with salt and pepper to taste. Allow the salad stand for 10 or 15 minutes before serving. Serves 4.

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1 comment

1 Deborah Tukua { 08.16.11 at 5:34 pm }

I have gone wild preparing and enjoying an extravaganza of fresh tomato recipes this summer – almost enough to write a tomato cookbook, but not quite. In other words, fresh picked tomatoes are awesome.

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