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an (aeolian) italian tomato salad recipe and a greek tragedy





a tasty Italian tomato salad recipe, with olives, capers, anchovies, fresh oregano and basil

an Italian tomato salad recipe by Gourmet Project_an Italian cooking blog (3)

My bday gift was a Syracuse weekend. With theater, food, beach and delightful walks. Grazie Luca! 😍😘😘😘

No wonder I planned a Sicilian project, the three legs project (because of the flag) once home. No wait, I was on the airplane, with my two new Sicilian cooking books. One because it had the almond granita recipe. The other because of those wonderful pictures…

Anyway, if you ever go to Syracuse in May or June, you must visit the Greek theater, and watch a Greek tragedy. And get impressed by it all. The actors, the atmosphere, the changing of lights (from plain day, to sunset, to almost night). I hope my pics will show it. We saw Electra, in a Blade Runner, kind of, setting. {did you know Anthony Bourdain’s NY market will be Blade Runner themed?}

When you get back home, look for Tropea onions, not only because they’re delicious, but because you need them to make this salad. An Italian tomato salad, an aeolian tomato salad.

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(aeolian) italian tomato salad
 
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recipe type: salads
cuisine: italian
serves: 2
ingredients
  • 5-6 medium red salad tomatoes
  • 1 big handful of green olives
  • 1 tablespoon of capers (ever tried them on pizza?)
  • 1 tropea onion (or red onion)
  • 4-5 anchovies
  • 2-3 sprigs of fresh oregano (or 2 tablespoons of dried oregano)
  • 6-8 basil leaves
  • 2 tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon of red wine vinegar
  • salt and pepper to taste
how to
  1. Deseed olives. Peel and thinly slice the onion (don’t cry, here’s how :-)). Finely chop anchovies. Finely chop oregano and basil leaves.
  2. Thinly slice tomatoes. Add olives, capers, onion, herbs and anchovies. Salt and pepper to taste.
  3. Season with olive oil and vinegar.
  4. Mix and enjoy.

enjoy this delicious Italian tomato salad with a fresh mozzarella, yum

 

syracuse greek theater: see the changing lights?

syracuse greek theater: see the changing lights?

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10 Comments

  1. What a delicious looking salad you have here, I love the combination of salty and tangy with juicy tomatoes 🙂

  2. The salad looks absolutely delicious! Beautiful pictures too!

  3. What a beautiful visual treat you have taken us on. I have thoroughly enjoyed your salad as well as the pix

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