Insalata alla Calabrese

Insalata alla Calabrese


4 servings

  • 4 Belmonte tomatoes, not too ripe
  • 2 Silane potatoes
  • 1 red Tropea onion
  • Oregano
  • Basil
  • Chili pepper
  • Salt
  • Olive oil


Peel and boil the potatoes.  Once cooked let them cool, then cut them into slices.

Wash the tomatoes well and cut them into slices in a salad bowl, add the potatoes, the basil, the oregano and the sliced ​​chili pepper (use the amount of the chili pepper to taste according to the degree of spiciness you want to obtain).

Season everything with salt and olive oil and your salad is ready to be served.

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