Are any three foods more perfect on their own? But then when combined can take the food center of your brain to a new euphoria? No. The answer is definitively no.
The caprese is so simple, effortless, satisfying, and a must-eat during the summer. You’re doing yourself a disservice if you skip this quintessential summer food. On those nights when you don’t want to cook, or it’s too hot to cook, but you don’t want to go out, and you want something healthy, and blah, blah blah, this is the answer. Appetizer, lunch, entree no matter how you slice that sweet mozz and those juicy fresh-from-the-garden tomatoes it’s perfection.
The ingredient colors reflect those in the Italian flag, the origin of this recipe. As with any classic, the variations are plentiful and all equally delicious or capable of taking your familiarity with this food to a new level. We’ll introduce you to a mere 20 that we were able to say we absolutely have to eat!
For starters, our all new Peach Caprese Salad by Adriene Rathbun.
Creamy Caprese Quinoa Bake by Half Baked Harvest
Caprese Kabobs by Ruffles and Truffles
Caprese Soup by Somewhere Over the Kitchen
Caprese Bread Pudding by Diethood
Portobello Caprese Sandwich by Little Leopard Book
Avocado Caprese by Cook Eat Paleo
Caprese Cupcakes by Laura’s Bakery (in Dutch)
Caprese Pie by Tide and Thyme
Strawberry Caprese by Closet Cooking
Melted Caprese Appetizer by Cook the Story
Caprese Meatballs by I Breathe I’m Hungry
Caprese Poached Egg by Buck n Run Ranch
Caprese Pizza with Cauliflower Crust by Mother Thyme
Grilled Green Tomatoes Caprese by My Recipes
Savory Caprese Bread by Will Cook for Smiles
Caprese Grilled Cheese by DietsInReview
One Response to Crazy for Caprese! 17 New Ways to Make a Classic Caprese Salad
That caprese soup is so Instagrammable and adorable! As you know I made it a short while ago and it was lovely! Thx for sharing!