Antipasto Bowl

  • rutherann Posted: 01/08/10
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    It was great!! Fixed for my best friends who cook alot and they went crazy. My question for anyone that can help me are all "pepperocinis" pickled? I kept trying to find "pickled pepperocinis" and when I found the regular ones was hesitant to use them - turned out great so I guess that it was "pickled' meant!

  • JonniDee Posted: 02/10/11
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    I made this for Super Bowl and then forgot to put it out. So I had a HUGE salad to eat this week. It was SO good, and only got better each day. Day 4 was even better than day 1. It's the perfect salad to make at the start of a workweek for lunches. In lunch portions, it really only served about 4. Yum!

  • sirrah231 Posted: 06/25/09
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    Really easy to put together, especially if you make the vinaigrette ahead. Served this to my book club as part of an Italian-themed menu, and it was a big hit.

  • Chanson Posted: 06/17/09
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    I made this for a girlfriends surprise b-day party and it was a big hit! Very healthy and what a way to get your veggies in for the day! I'd recommend this for an appetizer & sidedish to any summer meal!

  • tkirkland Posted: 12/09/09
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    Healthy and delicious! I served it at a holiday party - not quite the summer gathering I suppose it was intended for - and it was still a hit. The recipe is very modifiable - just throw in whatever veggies you feel like eating. I used asparagus, Spanish olives, red bell pepper, grape tomatoes, and mozzarella. I'll definitely make it again.

  • try2bhealthy Posted: 12/25/10
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    This is an AMAZING dish! I make it for practically every get-together, no matter what time of year! Always a huge hit and absolutely beautiful to present! I love that it is so easy, and can go from chilled to room temp. Can sit out as part of buffet for several hours. So low maintenance!


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