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Italian Salad | Recipe | Food & Wine

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Part inexperienced salad, half antipasto salad, this recipe combines lettuce, celery, onion, peperoncini, olives and cherry tomatoes—all tossed in a dressing made with olive oil, vinegar and slightly mayonnaise.
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  1. Relay70

    December 18, 2018 at 3:51 pm

    All fine except the garlic, mayonnaise, oregano, onion, peperoncini and parmigiano reggiano! I'm sure this salad tastes good, but Italians would never use most of those ingredients in a salad… Always remember: Italian cooking is essentially simple, with few good ingredients. Tip: a good olive oil is a game changer, use extra virgin oil for cooking (except fried cooking, in that case olive oil is not good). Tip 2: Italian olive oil tastes differently depending on the region it comes from, you have to find the right combination depending on the dish and your tastes: my personal favorites come from Sardinia, Marche, Puglia and Tuscany


  2. Paul Corona

    December 18, 2018 at 3:51 pm

    Might try this for my date night dinner this weekend.


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