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Capellini Caprese

Capellini Caprese recipe
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Fresh tomatoes and basil are key to this dish’s vibrant flavor. But it's the Italian dressing that really makes it sing. And you thought only a restaurant could pull this o...read more
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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posted:
9/10/2009
my entire family loved this! They all asked for seconds
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9/6/2009
The mozzarella was amazing! I did not have basil and my ratios were a little off between the pasta and veggies but it was still delicious.
posted:
8/24/2009
It was so good I couldn't stop eating it out of the pan!
posted:
8/22/2009
AWESOME!!
posted:
8/19/2009
This dish was super tasty. I actually added some sauteed chicken. My husband, who doesn't usually eat tomatoes, love the dish, including the tomatoes.
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8/16/2009
I and my family really enjoyed this salad. It is really easy to make. I used the KRAFT Light House Italian Dressing instead and it still was great.
posted:
8/13/2009
Love it , shared the recipe with my friends. Great this time of year with tomatoes from my garden.
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8/13/2009
My husband and I loved this and you can't get much easier. I think I cooked my tomatoes just a little too long so next time I'll be sure to shorten that cook time. Give it a try!
posted:
8/12/2009
Quick & Easy. I made it with grilled chicken and it was perfect.
posted:
8/10/2009
This is a regular in our house! I marinate chicken breasts in some extra dressing, pan fry them, chop into bite size pieces and add when I mix everything together. We also love black olives in our family and add those, too! No need to spend the extra money on fresh basil, use dried basil or even your average "Italian Seasoning" in your pantry will do. Superb! We love it!
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