Guest posting today and sharing her delicious recipe is Joan Nova from “Foodalogue”. Joan has a beautiful blog filled with fantastic recipes, travel stories and beautiful pictures.Thank you, Joan, for being here!
Don’t panic. It’s really a simple salad. You probably have most of the ingredients (or reasonable substitutes). I must warn, however, “antipasta” is a misnomer here…you’re not going to want pasta (or anything) after this. It is a complete meal in itself and a great quick dish for summertime. Feel free to add a glass (or two) of wine. I did.
9. French stringbeans
10. red onion
11. marinated artichoke hearts
14. sweet roasted pepper
18. toasted bread croutons
19. sopressata (Italian dry-cured salami)
20. bocaccini (mozzarella balls)
21. sun-dried tomato
22. olive oil
23. balsamic vinegar
26. fresh ground black pepper
That's some antipasta! So full of flavor and color.
Holy salami...that's one big antipasti!
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27 ingredients!! Looks so colorful!
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What a great combination of flavors! I agree, this is definitely a complete meal in itself!
Oh my! I am bookmarking this recipe!
wowza! one could have a bite of each and be done eating for hours! well, not me, but a person with a normal appetite. 🙂
Thanks for posting my salad...it looks so good, it makes me want to make it again for dinner tonight. Hope you're enjoying your vacation.
This is such a beautiful and gorgeous meal! Some of my very favorite ingredients - lovely!!
Wow, I am speechless. And hungry now.
Thanks Erica and Joan.
Love this recipe, this salad defies you to stop as each bite cannot possibly hold all 27 ingredients. What a lovely meal