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Garden Vegetable Salad Stacker

Garden Vegetable Salad Stacker recipe
photo by:kraft
Cucumber slices, red onions and mozzarella cheese are sandwiched between fresh tomatoes and topped with basil leaves to make party-perfect salad stackers.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
10/9/2008
Very easy to make and a pleasure to eat. This is a keeper. Was especially good with our home grown tomatoes.
posted:
9/12/2008
I was looking for something different as a side one night and I happened to have all the ingredients on hand. Porbably the best decision I ever made. My 6 year old neice couldn't even get enough of it. I make this all the time now.
posted:
9/3/2008
Great easy recipe.
posted:
8/22/2008
I altered this recipe a little -- instead of using a slice of mozzarella cheese I took a vege peeler and put did thin shredded pieces, did not use whole slice of onion --used about 3 rings per layer -- I did not have fresh basil so I used Classico (comes in a jar in pasta isle) traditional basil pesto, lastly I sprinkled each serving with good quality balsamic vinegar and a little fresh ground pepper. My kids loved this!
posted:
8/17/2008
It was easy to make--didn't look like the picture when I was done, though. The onion was overpowering, I might leave it out and put a different vegetable. It was interesting to eat.
posted:
8/9/2008
i liked the combo of flavors and textures. I'm not a fan of red onions and left it to the side. My guests enjoyed the colors and presentation of the dish.
posted:
8/2/2008
Was very good. Next time I would be sure to slice red onion very thin, as it was a little overpowering. Maybe an ineresting variation would be a Vidalia onion instead of the red.
posted:
7/30/2008
I would go one step further and serve it on a bun as an simple summer meal maybe with some fruit on the side to tingle the palate.
posted:
7/30/2008
Wonderful! Easy to eat, easy to prepare, it was so "fresh" tasting. I will make this every chance I get!!!
posted:
7/29/2008
I tried this wonderful salad alternative and loved it! It is so refreshing on a hot day. I highly recommend any one to try it!
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