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Garden Vegetable Salad Stacker

Garden Vegetable Salad Stacker recipe
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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:
5/21/2007
I really enjoyed this and to top it off so did the teenage daughter of my friend that I made it for so to have a teenager like it that counts in my court a little hard to eat if you are at a cook out though
posted:
5/21/2007
This was missing something. I've had Caprese Salad before and it has always been good. I think I will try this with basil flavored olive oil, use a fresh beefstake tomato and lose the cucumber.
posted:
5/17/2007
As it is is just ok. Not much else. The dressing is way too much and that is the only 'flavoring' you have besides depending on the vegetables. It is NOT a recipe for the grocery store but for the garden or farm market. Next time I am going to add something like a tomato, basil garlic seasoning, a different dressing, and make sure the veggies are extremely fresh. No store bought anything. I am also going to see how it acts with a good Vidalia instead of the red onion. It might make it to 4 with these changes.
posted:
5/17/2007
Tomatoes and fresh mozzarella is a classic summer recipe. I liked the addition of cucumbers here, but you could just as easily leave them out. The Italian dressing is too much, though. Either use store-bought balsamic or oil and vinegar.
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