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Oh my gosh! This was my favorite salad so far! i couldn't find any tear-drop tomatoes so I had no tomatoes in it and I used feta cheese instead of the goat but stuck with the rest of the recipe. It was absolutely phenominal! I loved it. My husband and sister really enjoyed it as well. It had so much flavor. Thanks for the recipe! I will definitely be making this again as well as putting it in my "potluck" recipes so others can enjoy it!
I won 1st Place for this salad that I re-named Tuscan Bread Salad! I had to substiute a few items because of availability- I live in Mexico. I used a homemade sourdough bread- no artisan breads here and also grape tomatoes cannellini beans feta orange and yellow peppers( left out the red & green peppers)and also added some summer sausage cut in quarters. I also sprinkled the feta cheese on top to give it a better visual presentation. The judges must have loved it- 25% judging for presentation and 75% for taste! I also added some rosemary and basil springs along side the platter I put it on. Thanks again for this great recipe!
1. Made this again for the military wives. Again it was the hit of the party. I let the tomato mixture sit in the fridge overnight and it turned out fine. 2.Everyone at the party LOVED this salad. I used a garlic and cheese bread instead of the white bread. Make this you will not be sorry.
This is a fantastic salad! I took it to a dinner party and it received rave reviews--one of my friends even took a picture of it and several more asked for the recipe--a winner for sure thanks for sharing!
This was excellent! I used Parmesan Herb Bread from this site regular red tomatoes and omitted the pine nuts and rosemary (had none). I liked the idea of using pesto and balsamic vinegar as the dressing but I had none prepared so I basically just made a vinaigrette with the same ingredients (basil garlic oil etc - no pine nuts though). I mixed the vegetable ingredients then rubbed the toasted bread with garlic before chopping and adding to the salad just before serving as I like it slightly warm but not hard like croutons. The goat cheese was and excellent addition and the chickpeas made this a very satisfying salad.
I'm sorry I must be the only one but to me this salad was just ok not outstanding or extraordinary like everyone else said. I followed the recipe exactly as written just omitted the kalamata olives because I don't like it. I'm sorry again I hate to be the only one to leave a different review but I don't think I will make this again.
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