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Italian Caprese Chopped Salad

This Italian Caprese Chopped Salad was an absolute hit last night at dinner.  It’s slightly time consuming to cut each baby tomato, but totally worth it!  It goes great with my Citrus Marinated Flank Steak!

Italian Chopped Caprese Salad

 
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27 Comments

  1. I’m confused by 1 cups balsamic. I did 1 cup and it became balsamic soup with a side of caprese…please advise. Xoxo

  2. hi! is this better if tossed right before serving or if it sits? i am going to bring for a potlock and can either toss at home in the morning and then it’ll be served about 5 hours later, or i can toss it right before.

    thanks!

  3. This was fabulous and a big hit at a potluck. Not only was it quick and easy, but so delicious! Thank you for such an elegant idea that was so easy.

  4. Just mixed this up to take to mom’s group tonight. I wish I would have waited to put cheese in, vinegar turned it a weird color. But taste yummy.

  5. Make this with balsamic glaze (in the grocery aisle by the oils and vinegars, usually in a squeeze bottle) instead of balsamic vinegar, and your guests will practically lick the bowl. Ridiculously good.

  6. I made this salad for a recent cookout. Although the taste was delicious, the Mozzarella Cheese pieces turned a brown color after adding the Balsamic Vinegar. Looked nothing like the picture. Thank goodness I had some diced cheese left over and sprinkled that over the top to make the dish look more like the picture.

  7. I used white balsamic reduction (glaze), in the vinegar aisle of the grocery store. It was do delicious, and it didn’t discolor the mozzerella. This is my new go-to pot-luck dish!

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