|Total Time||10 minutes|
This simplest of summer salads — nothing more than the toppings for pizza Margherita, uncooked — calls for merely three ingredients (tomatoes, cheese, and basil) plus a drizzle of dressing. Purists use just olive oil and salt, but pepper and balsamic are nice, too.
|2||large slicing tomatoes, preferably heirloom|
|2||large balls fresh mozzarella, or equivalent in smaller balls (bocconcini)|
|1||large handful fresh basil leaves|
|~||Extra-virgin olive oil|
|~||Freshly ground black pepper|
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