Caprese Salad

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Caprese Salad  Recipe

Caprese Salad Recipe

• 1# Fresh Mozzarella
• Fresh Basil
• Tomato
• Olive Oil
• Balsamic Vinegar
• Oregano (hubby could not resist)
• Fresh Ground Pepper


• Cut the fresh mozzarella and tomatoes uniformly.
• Strip the vein from the fresh basil (I cut them out in a V).
• In a circle, layer tomatoes, basil, mozzarella until the circle is complete.
• Drizzle olive oil over circle, sprinkle balsamic vinegar, and grind fresh pepper over the top.
• While oregano is not normally used, hubby insists on giving the plate a sprinkle.

Hubby puts this together every summer get-together at our house, and it is always a big hit!

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  1. Perfect ingredients-for a perfect combination.
    I’m so glad that fresh mozzarella is becoming more common in markets across America.
    Do you have a favorite balsamic vinegar? Those aged vinegars are EXPENSIVE and what do you think about those concentrated balsamic glazes?

    • Barbee, I don’t have a favorite. I have yet to use a concentrated glaze… how’s that worked for you?


      • I bought a bottle of the concentrate ages ago and have only used it a couple of times.
        I make a caramelized onion and swiss cheese tart that calls for vinegar in finishing the onions. I like it.

        Good thing it keeps forever-not a whole bunch of uses.

  2. One of my favorite ultimate salads!!

  3. This is one of my all time favorite combos!! Plus, it’s fanned out, and swirled to perfection :o)
    Stopping by from Pint Sized Baker – have a great week!!

  4. What an excellent way to serve! And I agree, the Oregano is a must 🙂

  5. One of my favorite salads! It always is so pretty!

  6. That looks delicious I’m tempted to try that myself 🙂

    Have a fantabulosa week 😉

  7. Oh that looks beautiful and yummy!

    Thanks for linking to my #WW

  8. This is my favourite salad! Happy WW, feel free to pop over and link up at Ms Mystery Case.

  9. That looks so yummy!

  10. I’d like to make that. It doesn’t look hard.

  11. I would love for you to share this and link up to my TGIF Link Party! The party is open every Friday and closes at midnight on Wednesday night. Who knows, you just might be featured next week!

    I follow back: bloglovin, Facebook, and Twitter. =)

    Hugs, Cathy

  12. Yum! I love caprese salad.

  13. one of my favorite summer salads. Thanks for stopping by WW

  14. Delicious!

  15. It looks delicious to me. 🙂

  16. This is not only beautiful, it also looks delicious! Must try. 🙂 Thanks for linking up!

  17. I love caprese salad and I sometimes make this when I am entertaining as an appetizer.

  18. Angela Galbraith says

    Such a simple easy and delicious recipe. Thanks for sharing


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