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Tomato and Oaxacan Cheese Salad

Tomato and Oaxacan Cheese Salad created by Parsley

Oaxacan (wah-hah-can) is similar to mozzarella if it were braided. It shreds & pulls apart like string cheese. Summertime tomatoes make this salad shine! Stack all the ingredients into a tower, it is gorgeous, almost to pretty to eat! From Elote Cafe cookbook & chef Jeff Smedstad.

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  • Slice the tomatoes, thick. Set aside.
  • Combine all the ingredients, except the tomatoes and toss well.
  • Arrange on salad plates so that the salad mixture is layered between the stacked tomato slices.
  • Drizzle with vinaigrette remaining in the bowl.
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"Oaxacan (wah-hah-can) is similar to mozzarella if it were braided. It shreds & pulls apart like string cheese. Summertime tomatoes make this salad shine! Stack all the ingredients into a tower, it is gorgeous, almost to pretty to eat! From Elote Cafe cookbook & chef Jeff Smedstad."
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  1. Parsley
    Tomato and Oaxacan Cheese Salad Created by Parsley
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  2. Parsley
    I really loved this salad. I used organic red and yellow heirloom tomatoes and was pleased with the result. I can only imagine how terrific this will taste with fresh homegrown summer tomatoes! I made this exactly as written. I found it difficult to "stack" this easily, so I sort of overlapped the sliced tomatoes, with the salad mixture between them. Thanks for posting!
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  3. Chicagoland Chef du
    Oaxacan (wah-hah-can) is similar to mozzarella if it were braided. It shreds & pulls apart like string cheese. Summertime tomatoes make this salad shine! Stack all the ingredients into a tower, it is gorgeous, almost to pretty to eat! From Elote Cafe cookbook & chef Jeff Smedstad.
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