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from New York, USA 1/2 of a long loaf of day old Italian bread - or - 1 small round loaf minced garlic 1 Tbs. minced red onion several fresh ripe chopped tomatoes fresh chopped parsley to taste fresh chopped basil leaves to taste black olives or sun dried olives coarse salt grated black pepper Extra virgin oil This is delicious and colorful . I serve it with an Italian style dinner. It is best served when just made and at room temperature. Serves 6. Cut bread into cubes. Add garlic , onion and tomatoes and saturate very well with olive oil and turn and toss to coat well. Season to taste with fresh herbs and salt and pepper. Serve cubes of mozzarella cheese on the side. Visit Joan and Larry's Homepage Home of: Joan's Baking and Culinary Adventures http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/

Italian Bread Salad


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New York, USA

1/2 of a
long loaf of day old Italian bread
- or -
1 small round loaf
minced
garlic
1 Tbs. minced red
onion
several fresh
ripe chopped tomatoes
fresh chopped
parsley to taste
fresh chopped
basil leaves to taste
black olives or sun dried olives
coarse salt
grated black pepper
Extra virgin oil

This is delicious and colorful . I serve it with an Italian style dinner. It is best served when just made and at
room
temperature. Serves 6.

Cut
bread into cubes. Add garlic , onion and tomatoes and saturate very well with
olive oil and turn and toss to coat well. Season to taste with fresh herbs and salt and pepper. Serve cubes of mozzarella cheese on the side.

Visit Joan and Larry's Homepage
Home of: Joan's
Baking and Culinary Adventures
http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/



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from Coalport, PA, United States wrote:0  0

Simple recipe using on-hand ingredients; very tasty.
3 starsJuly 6, 2002


 
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