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Denoting a salad of mozzarella cheese, tomatoes, and fresh basil:‘lunch featured a caprese salad and vegetable antipasto’
- ‘Sweet roasted peppers formed the center of a Caprese salad ringed by generous slices of mozzarella, sweet basil and pale tomatoes.’
- ‘"The next step is to add a gene for mozzarella flavoring, and presto, you've engineered a caprese salad into a tomato."’
- ‘I made kind of a caprese salad with the local tomatoes and the basil, dressed them in Sicilian extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice.’
- ‘To the sounds of Pavarotti, we sampled the insalata caprese ($7) and a Caesar salad ($6).’
- ‘I packed a light dinner of caprese salad, crusty breads, fresh fruit, and cold roasted chicken.’
- ‘The panini are pretty good too, especially the one that manages to compress an entire insalata caprese into the space of a toasted sandwich.’
- ‘The sweet, buttery buffalo mozzarella in the caprese salad is shipped from Italy and arrives at Grand Street less than a day old.’
- ‘My charming dinner companion had the Cherry Caprese salad - cherry tomatoes, bruscetta, basil and mozzarella.’
- ‘The Italian classic, insalata caprese, has super-ripe tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, and really good olive oil.’
- ‘Even the tried-and-tired Caprese salad becomes an entirely new thing with slow-roasted tomatoes in place of raw.’
- ‘"It's a take-off on the caprese appetizer," he says.’
- ‘The Caprese salad ($6) featured alternating slices of creamy mozzarella and thick tomato, sprinkled with basil and drizzled with olive oil.’
- ‘She got ravioli, and I just got a caprese salad.’
- ‘A better choice might be a caprese salad layered with tissue-thin slices of proscuitto de Parma.’
- ‘I was debating whether or not this recipe should go into the book, as there's probably a Caprese salad in every Italian cookbook around.’
- ‘Traditional Caprese salad ($6) has sweet, fresh bocconcini cheese, perfectly ripe tomatoes and pungent fresh basil.’
- ‘I ordered "Caprese bread" on the theory that it could not be made without fresh ingredients.’
- ‘There are a few oddities, such as a Winter Caprese Salad (p.30), in which Mario uses plum tomatoes and fresh basil leaves.’
- ‘The Caprese bufala salad ($9.95) is a spiral of fresh tomatoes, arugula and buffalo mozzarella, accented by the ubiquitous extra virgin.’
- ‘You couldn't find this five years ago, but now it seems every restaurant mixes in some form of Caprese dish.’
Italian, literally of Capri.
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