Shake up your boring sandwich with this simple-to-make salad that kids can help prep. Instead of mixing the recipe in a bowl, toss ingredients in individual proportions directly in a zipped plastic bag. After everything is inside, seal the bag and shake, shake, shake! The baggie can be placed directly in a lunchbox and conveniently whisked off to school.
Cricket Azima author of Everybody Eats Lunch
|1/2 medium loaf country bread||1 red pepper|
|1 pound fresh mozzarella||1 red onion, optional|
|4 small tomatoes||1 cup fresh basil|
|4 stalks celery||Olive oil, to taste|
|1 cucumber||Balsamic vinegar, to taste|
|1 green pepper||Salt and pepper, to taste|
Tear (or cut) the bread into large cubes and place in a large mixing bowl.
Dice the mozzarella, tomatoes, celery, cucumber, peppers and onion. Add them to the bowl of bread.
Tear the basil into small pieces and add to the bowl.
Add the olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper to the bowl, a little at a time, until the desired taste is achieved. Mix the dressing into the bread salad well and eat.
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