Panzanella Tuscan summer bread salad

If summer gives you ripe tomatoes and stale bread, make a panzanella. During this class, we’ll make together one of the most popular traditional recipes from Tuscany, panzanella or Tuscan tomato bread salad. 

Panzanella is a dish of peasant’s origin, when bread was baked once a week and nothing went to waste. During those times, stale bread, hard as a rock after 4-5 days, found its new life in different preparations like panzanella. 

This recipe has caused many arguments about which variation is best, as each province, town and family in Tuscany has its own recipe. 

Despite this passionate debate, I developed my recipe using the classic base: soaked stale bread, vinegar, tomatoes, cucumber, onion and basil. A good drizzle of the best extra virgin olive oil is a must. 

This is a perfect, fresh dish to cherish on your summer table.

Key Ingredients

– stale sourdough or ciabatta bread
– tomatoes
– sweet or red onion
– cucumber
– basil
– apple cider vinegar

 


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