Pomodori e Mozzarella

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Carefully wash and slice ripe red tomato fresh from the vine.

Arrange on bed of fresh spinach. Top with fresh basil, grated mozzarella cheese, and sprinkle with olive oil.

Ecco:

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Oooh, looks yummy! I love everything in that....I might even add a drizzle of aged balsamic vinegar...Very nice shot, Pa. You should post that in the recipe thread in the General forum!
 
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CrystallP said:
Terribly allergic to spinach, can I use romain lettuce instead?? Looks yummy otherwise! :wink:

Actually, in Italy they don't use spinach. That is my wife's addition.

So you can be a purist and use only "pomadore, basilico e mozzarella di buffalo" (the original is made from buffalo milk).
 
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Pa that look really good.

Crystall you can indeed replace the spinach with romaine salad. In the recipe from Harry's Bar in his insalata di pomodoro E mozzarella he use: tomato, mozzarella, romaine salad, olive oil, red wine vinegar, balsamic vinegar, salt & pepper and strips of red bell pepper.
 
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Pa said:
CrystallP said:
Terribly allergic to spinach, can I use romain lettuce instead?? Looks yummy otherwise! :wink:

Actually, in Italy they don't use spinach. That is my wife's addition.

So you can be a purist and use only "pomadore, basilico e mozzarella di buffalo" (the original is made from buffalo milk).

Dubbly yummy!!
 
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Gilles said:
Pa that look really good.

Crystall you can indeed replace the spinach with romaine salad. In the recipe from Harry's Bar in his insalata di pomodoro E mozzarella he use: tomato, mozzarella, romaine salad, olive oil, red wine vinegar, balsamic vinegar, salt & pepper and strips of red bell pepper.

Getting very hungry now! That is one of my favorite salads. I especially like it with focacia (sp). Food photography has a fatal flaw...it makes you very very hungry. :lol:
 

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