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Lovely combinaton of flavours; so good when we are finally getting Good tomatoes at the market. Made thi for Everyday is a Holiday! Thank you for posting. Rita
And thought caprese was the only way to eat tomaotes. Da.... delish, and a great way to eat fresh tomatoes. Made for holiday tag. Another simple keeper, thank to you engrossed.
This was very simple and fresh and a terrifically easy way to serve ripe tomatoes. Thanks for sharing! ~Sue
This is a wonderful example of the right ingredients and the best tasting Spring treat as you will ever have. I love the dressing, I whirled mine in the blender and it produced a frothy light dressing that stood out and enhanced the tomato, onion, and chives. I also had fresh mint, the I set perched atop and this plate of goodness was simply and peacefully gobbled up quickly. So easy and the taste is outstanding. Thanks, Engrossed! Made for "Spring Spectacular* April 2008
I did not use mint or chives, as my husband would never try it, and I chopped the tomatoes and onions instead of slicing them. The dressing was phenomenal! Thank you so much for this delicious salad.
Lovely salad! I used cherry tomatoes, as that is what I had on hand. Thank you!
This is a wonderful summer salad and great when tomatoes are ripe off the vine. I used a Vidalia onion and followed the recipe to a tee. The fresh ingredients are complimented very well with the light but flavorful vinaigrette. Everyone was asking for the recipe.
This salad is fantastic! I love the combination of the mint with the tomatoes and vidalia! So fresh and crsip! I made this for one serving and it made a wonderful supper salad for 1 : ) I will have to share this one with my husband when he is home! I know he will love it as much as I do. Thank you so much, Engrossed!
I made exactly as written for a nice, easy side dish. Were I to make this again, I would defintely omit the mint as that flavor didn't seem to meld with the tomatoes and onions. Thanks for posting!