Bread Salad with Basil, Feta and Marsala Vinaigrette-WHB

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Since I have been baking so much sourdough, I figured it time to experiment with bread salad.

Katie at Thyme for Cooking is hosting Weekend Herb Blogging this week, so my bread experiment is my entry along with the herb basil.

I am still labor mouse typing so this post is short and sweet.

Bread Salad with Basil, Feta and Marsala Vinaigrette

Day old Bread Cubes
olive oil cooking spray
garlic powder
red onion
feta cheese
1/8 cup balsamic vinegar
3 tablespoons marsala cooking wine
2 teaspoons honey
salt to taste

Make bread
place bread cubes on a cooking sheet and spray with oil. Sprinkle with salt and garlic powder. Place in a 400 degree oven for 10-15 minutes or until golden brown.
Chop all salad vegetables and then place the tomato and onion in a large bowl.
Whisk together all dressing ingredients and pour over the tomatoes in bowl.
Toss in your bread cubes and transfer to a serving dish.
Top the salad with the feta and basil. Serve immediately.


8 thoughts on “Bread Salad with Basil, Feta and Marsala Vinaigrette-WHB

  1. I love this type of salad. This looks like a great combination. Sorry you are still typing-challenged, but you seem to be doing pretty well without a keyboard!

  2. I have never been a fan of bread salads, bread puddings, and the like. Yours will convert me! It’s the first I’ve seen that makes me want to dig in right NOW! Maybe it’s the sourdough, whatever, it looks fantastic!

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