The dark saltless Tuscan bread wasn’t my favorite, but as a simple salad with sweet cherry and grape tomatoes, onions, and basil leaves in a garlic vinaigrette dressing, there’s just nothing to complain about at all.
If you require a recipe, here’s one. Otherwise, just toss whatever ingredients are the object of your summertime desire (in addition to tomatoes and basil, think olives, cucumbers, peppers, eggs, bacon…) together with one-inch cubes of rather dry bread, and dress for dinner. Done. Delicious.
A great way of using leftovers! I really have to try that dsih. Yummy!
Beau @ SomethingEdible.com says
I always forget about making panzanella as there’s hardly a crust of bread home-baked that won’t get devoured.
Thanks for the reminder! I think it may be time to start making double-batches of dough. =)
is perfect for the weather that has been hot since yesterday.
it seems that I need to prepare this kind of salad 🙂
The perfect summer salad for bread lovers, especially with all the wonderful veggies ready to harvest. Love the photo, too.
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