If you are the sort of person who believes that a cheeseboard can stand in for a full meal at most occasions, then this Antipasto Salad will be to your taste. And, might I add, your taste is excellent.
This recipe is sponsored by DeLallo.
Antipasto is the traditional first course of an Italian meal. It usually includes a mix of assorted cured meats like prosciutto and salami, cheeses, and marinated vegetables like artichokes and red peppers.
My personal antipasto definition: BEST THINGS IN LIFE.
This Antipasto Salad takes classic Italian starter items, piles them atop crisp greens, then pulls this tasty situation together with a simple balsamic vinaigrette.
Like a good cheeseboard, this Antipasto Salad makes friends wherever it goes. It’s perfect to take along to potlucks, quick to pull together for a speedy side, and makes for a breezy and satisfying no-cook summer dinner.
Just about the only way I can imagine improving this Antipasto Salad is by washing it down with a glass of crisp wine.
Ready for your new go-to summer salad? Need a recipe for the Fourth of July? Looking for an especially elevated excuse to turn a cheeseboard into dinner? Antipasto Salad is the recipe for you! (more…)