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This salad is right down my alley; I love the ingredients and the fact that the dressing is not too oily. Thanks for sharing!
This is super easy and super tasty. Followed instructions as listed with perfect results. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
Yum! This was so simple and tasty. I really liked the mustard in this nice refreshing salad. Thanks Teresa for sharing. Made for 123 Tag.
This was wonderful! I used balsamic vinegar but otherwise followed the recipe. Will be making this one ALOT!!!
This salad is great...it's the vinaigrette that won me over! I just love summer salads, and this is no exception. The taste is so fresh and satisfying. I use grape/cherry tomatoes (halved) and I love the red onion (but want to try it w/Vidalia onions, too). I've also used cucumber. Whether I have basil on hand or not, I still love the flavor. Great recipe--thank you!
Easy and delicious salad! I liked the mustard in it! Thanks Teresa! Made for the Zaar Stars game.
Pictured is the sole surviving tomato from the Bunal, Spain Tomatino Festival. Lucky me! ; - P Made for Potluck Tag.
Delicious! We used home grown basil and also heirloom tomatoes which were fabulous. I know it may seem like there is not a lot to make up the "dressing" for this, but with juicy tomatoes it is just perfect. Thanks for sharing!!! ~Sue
This was really yummy, and so refreshing on a hot day. I served it with chicken salad on homemade pitas, and the meal went over very well :). I think some cucumbers might be pretty good in this, too...but it is just fine as is! I only used 2 t good quality olive oil and it was plenty to add the olive oil flavor without being super-oily. Thanks for posting! Made for Healthy Choices 2008.
I really enjoyed this, but something seemed to be missing. I don't know what ~ maybe just a little more salt. I bet this would be great with some added lite cheese. I'm not sure where the second point comes from though. From what I can tell and according to the WW materials I have, only the oil has points (1/tsp), so I counted this as one point per serving.