There are a great number of recipes around for a spread made from green olives, but this is the easiest. Made with ingredients straight from your kitchen, no special purchases required, it is made in seconds, and your family or gang of friends will devour it in minutes.
This tapenade is salty, spicy (from the chilli) and pungent (from the garlic). Just perfect for a cool Early Summer day’ snacks on the verandah with some aniseed tea.
Similar recipes include Fava, Tapenade Bread Salad with Tomatoes and Mozzarella, Tomato Salad with Green Olives, and Olive and Orange Salad with Mint and Basil.
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Today’s salad takes some olive tapenade and olive oil and smothers bread in it. As it soaks in, cubes of the bread are mixed with tomatoes to make a gorgeous salad. A fun alternative to including olives, and adds a bit of bulk to the dish.
This is also a great way to use up left over bread that might be only good for toast. The firmer texture of this bread is perfect for salads as it soaks up the juices of tomatoes and dressings.
Are you looking for similar Tomato Salads? Try this one which combines crispy flatbread, tomatoes and red peppers, Dakos, and our favourite of Fresh Mozzarella, tomatoes and cucumbers.
Also try Dates and Spinach Salad with Almonds and Sumac, Na’ama’s Fattoush, Simple Tomato and Bread Salad, Warm Tomato Salad, Tomato and Basil Salad with Grilled Cheese Croutons, and Artichoke Hearts with Tomatoes.
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