Antipasto Salad


Antipasto Salad

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.

A white bowl of Italian Antipasto Salad with romaine, salami, vegetables, olives, and prosciutto with balsamic dressing

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…)

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