Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is a delicious side dish salad! If you find arugula too peppery, make the salad with mixed baby lettuce instead. Also, for a meatless version, omit the salami and add mini mozzarella balls, which I love. Recipe is from Woman's World.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In bowl, whisk together dressing and sun-dried tomatoes; reserve.
  2. Arrange arugula on platter.
  3. Top with rows of celery and tomatoes on one side and olives and artichoke hearts on the other.
  4. Fold slices of cheese and salami into quarters; arrange in center of salad.
  5. Drizzle salad with dressing.


Most Helpful

This was great! I needed an antipasto for 20 people and was really looking for a guide more than a recipe. This really worked and the salad was a HUGE success! I used the Italian Salad Dressing recipe here at Zaar, and made these adjustments: No celery, 1/2 arugula and 1/2 romaine, jarred mediterranean salad (artichokes, baby corn, red peppers, etc.) fresh mozzerella balls, peppered salami, and added pepperoni as well. I'll do this again for sure. Thanks for the inspiration!

YiayiaMouse October 31, 2008

Since I was fixing this for my son & DIL, I did omit the salami, since they're vegetarians ~ Sort of a welcome home dish, 'cause he was away for about a week housepainting! Also cut the recipe in half, but that didn't stop them from really enjoying it! Next time it'll be made as indicated & for the table here at home! Thanks for sharing your great recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Please Review My Recipe cooking game]

Sydney Mike May 22, 2008

I made this for lunch yesterday.Wonderful taste combination;the ingredients are are some of my favourites.I made it for Zingo; thanks for posting. Rita

Sage July 07, 2007

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