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March 08, 2011

Mini Heirloom Tomato Salad on a Stick

The mini heirloom tomatoes were served so nicely with mozzarella at a party and I thought of showing them to you. Very simply done but tasty and colorful. I added cucumber and romaine lettuce for green.

Cut the tomatoes in half and sandwich the mozzarella or Persian cucumber and fasten them with a bamboo skewer. 

Sprinkle your favorite dressing just before serving or on the side for dipping. I love to use balsamic vinegar, grated garlic, sea salt and olive oil as base for the dressing. You can add lemon juice or black pepper too if you wish.

If the skewers are a bother you can always remove or not put them at all. Your salad will still be as nice.


Enjoy!




20 comments:

  1. Que manera mas cómoda y divertida de comer ensalada, me encanta!
    Besos,
    Nasy

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  2. They look so pretty but how on earth did you find a cucumber just the right size? Diane

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  3. Te han quedado preciosos y super apetecibles. Ideales de acompañamiento o como entrante.
    Un besito

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  4. Delicious n fun..loved all the colors going in there :)


    US Masala

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  5. I love this - I do something called caprese roses - but you know I think I prefer all your color sensations! (and that they're heirlooms).

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  6. awesome tomato salad in stick . I love to try them.

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  7. Very clever! Healthy and delicious too!

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  8. Nice idea for a summer colored salad. bravissimo!!

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  9. I love the add of cucumber, such vibrant color. These are so perfect for entertaining...Wonderful!
    Hope you are having a great week

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  10. That beatiful and simple idea, for this salad, you are and artist, I love every recipe.

    :D

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  11. Michelangelo this is a super beauty idea!! gloria

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  12. Fantástica propuesta para comenzar una buena comida, se ve muy apetecible

    Abrazos

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  13. i think these are pretty cute and vibrant too! great appetisers!

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  14. What a very cool display on top! Fantastic! Love tomato and mozzarella.

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  15. Simply lovely! What a great range of colours in your heirloom toms.

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  16. This is my first time here and I congratulate you on your talent....What a brilliant display of heirloom tomatoes.it is absolutely stunning!

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  17. Michelangelo hoy te escribo en espanol porque me sale mas facil. solo una palabra ESPECTACULAR! bravissimo

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  18. One I can imagine actually doing! Simple and beautiful too - thank you Arthur!

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  19. Thank you! And I love your food art! They say you eat with your eyes first right? Well its all so pretty that I wouldn't want to eat it, its too pretty. I found your blog because I googled mini heirloom tomatoes, I am totally making that salad! Hope you don't mind :)

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