Sweet, refreshing, Caprese salad. Sweet, refreshing, Caprese salad Chef CJ @CodeyjIbarra San Pedro, Ca. A quick easy salad u can serve as hors d'oeuvre or make a big batch to see at party's. Summer means salad season and this Caprese Salad is light, refreshing and the perfect way to take advantage of those fresh garden tomatoes.
Whisk the vinaigrette ingredients; drizzle over salad. If desired, sprinkle with additional salt and pepper. Drizzle the dressing over and serve. You can make Sweet, refreshing, Caprese salad using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you make it.
Ingredients of Sweet, refreshing, Caprese salad
- Prepare of bushels of mint.
- It’s of bushel of basel.
- Prepare of Heirloom tomatoes.
- Prepare of Masia (or any other oil you want).
- You need of Saba.
- You need of Mozzarella (or any cheese you want).
Refreshing, full of bold flavors, and extremely satisfying, this easy recipe for Caprese Salad is perfect for those warmer months when you're craving something fresh and delicious. Made with tender mozzarella, ripe tomatoes, and finished with a drizzle of tangy, yet sweet balsamic glaze, this classic well-rounded salad is ready within minutes! Cut the tops off the Mini Sweet Peppers and quarter them. Place the peppers on a baking tray and sprinkle with olive oil, salt and pepper.
Sweet, refreshing, Caprese salad step by step
- Cut the heirloom tomatoes into thin slices.
- Cut cheese into tiny squares.
- Chiffonade the basil and cut the mint into little triangles.
- Add a splash of masia and light amount of saba, plate and enjoy.
In a salad bowl add the arugula, parsley, mozzarella pearls and roasted Mini Sweet Peppers. I love Caprese salads but sometimes they can be a little bland. The classic recipe calls for just a drizzle of olive oil and sprinkling of salt and pepper to flavor the salad, so as not to mask the delicate flavor of the mozzarella, but I like to add just a bit more oomph. Here's how: I start by sprinkling the tomatoes with a pinch of sugar, which brings out their natural sweetness. In a small saucepan bring balsamic vinegar to a simmer over medium.