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Panzanella Salad is a perfect marriage of summer sun ripened tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions and spinach tossed together with toasted bread and a light but flavorful dressing. This light but flavor packed salad is SO GOOD, and perfect for your next BBQ, potluck or dinner tonight.

This delicate Panzanella Salad won’t weigh you down. For more light and refreshing salads like this one try Mouthwatering Watermelon Salad with Feta, Caprese Salad or Chilled Cucumber Tomato Salad.

A Panzanella Salad in a white dish with mint leaves around it and tomatoes.

What is Panzanella Salad?

Panzanella Salad a traditional Italian bread salad.  Customarily it was made with chopped stale bread, onions, cucumbers and tomatoes soaked in a flavorful vinaigrette.  Garden fresh basil added a splash of color and zest, creating the colors of the Italian flag, red, green and white.  This Panzanella Recipe is wonderful nod to the traditional salad with a little bit of a fresh…

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