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Tomato-Cucumber Mozzarella Salad

I used fresh mozzarella for the first time last year and loved it. I wanted to incorporate it into as many dishes as possible and came up with this salad. It has quickly become a mainstay at my house. —Jennifer Klann, Corbett, Oregon
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Colorful Tomato 'n' Mozzarella Salad

Colorful Tomato 'n' Mozzarella Salad

Colorful Tomato 'n' Mozzarella Salad

This is my twist on the popular tomato-mozzarella salad. Since the rest of the salad is so light, you can splurge with the fresh mozzarella! —Tari Ambler, Shorewood, Illinois

Artichoke Caprese Platter

Artichoke Caprese Platter

Artichoke Caprese Platter

This classic Italian combination of mozzarella, tomatoes and basil is dressed up with marinated artichokes. It looks so lovely on a platter. Using fresh mozzarella is the key to great taste.

Tomato Cucumber Salad with Mozzarella

Tomato Cucumber Salad with Mozzarella

Tomato Cucumber Salad with Mozzarella

Red wine vinaigrette perks up this medley of crisp cucumbers, bright red tomatoes and creamy mozzarella cheese. This one looks just as good as it tastes. Thanks to Renae Boothroyd of Raeford, North Carolina for sharing the recipe.

South-of-the-Border Caprese Salad

South-of-the-Border Caprese Salad

South-of-the-Border Caprese Salad

Plump heirloom tomatoes highlight this garden-fresh showpiece, drizzled with a sweet-tart dressing and sprinkled with cheese. It's perfect for an outdoor party and so easy to make! —Kathleen Merkley, Layton, Utah

Mozzarella Tomato Salad

Mozzarella Tomato Salad

Mozzarella Tomato Salad

A few fresh ingredients are the key to this delightful mozzarella tomato salad. It can be on tonight's table in no time. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Grape Tomato Mozzarella Salad

Grape Tomato Mozzarella Salad

Grape Tomato Mozzarella Salad

Linda Haas created this fuss-free recipe after tasting something similar on a cruise. It makes a speedy and summery, light bite at home in Tenmile, Oregon. LINDA’S TIP: “To make it even lighter, use a fat-free Italian dressing.”

Tomato-Cucumber Mozzarella Salad

Tomato-Cucumber Mozzarella Salad

Tomato-Cucumber Mozzarella Salad

I used fresh mozzarella for the first time last year and loved it. I wanted to incorporate it into as many dishes as possible and came up with this salad. It has quickly become a mainstay at my house. —Jennifer Klann, Corbett, Oregon

Fresh Mozzarella & Tomato Salad

Fresh Mozzarella & Tomato Salad

Fresh Mozzarella & Tomato Salad

A splash of lemon and hint of refreshing mint brighten up the medley of red tomatoes, creamy mozzarella and ripe avocados in this colorful, sensational salad. —Lynn Scully, Rancho Santa Fe, California

Tomato Mozzarella Salad

Tomato Mozzarella Salad

Tomato Mozzarella Salad

"As soon as our cherry tomatoes start ripening, I pull out this recipe in order to make the most of our crop," details Lynn Merendino of Marysville, Pennsylvania. "This is so easy to fix that I prepare it for all our family get-togethers."

Bacon Caprese Salad

Bacon Caprese Salad

Bacon Caprese Salad

In summer, I am always looking for ways to use the fresh basil and tomatoes that grow in my herb garden. This recipe combines the two flavors in a wonderful salad that you can make any time of year! —Mary Ann Turk, Joplin, MO

Olive Caprese Salad

Olive Caprese Salad

Olive Caprese Salad

When heirloom tomatoes arrive, feature them with red onions, green olives and a surprising twist-star anise. —Julie Merriman, Seattle, Washington
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