Last Friday when I got home from work, my dear husband had picked up a few things at the market. For some time now, we have been off our preferred Sunday sessions, which will (soon I am hoping) include homemade bread. As such there has not been a rustic loaf in sight. One of the items he picked up was a delicious olive bread.
This weekend was a blur, we each came down with the summery cold going around. Not only, not fun. It is also not productive. Not much got done outside, and cooking not at all......After work today I knew we needed something easy, fast and asking for what was on hand, the last thing I want to do after work, is go to the market.................
adapted from: No Time to Cook, 20 Minutes or Less
4 oz dry bread, cut into cubes
4 plum tomatoes, diced
3 T olive oil
2-3 T red wine vinegar
1/4 c chopped fresh basil OR 2-3 T prepared pesto
1 clove garlic minced
1/2 t salt
fresh ground pepper if desired
salad greens for serving, if desired
protein source if serving as a main course, if desire
Add tomatoes and bread to a large bowl, add remaining ingredients, toss well. Let rest 10-20 minutes. Toss again before serving.
To serve, add a handful of salad greens to a plate, top with the Panzella.
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