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Panzanella is a classic dish from the ‘italian cucina povera’ but now it is a popular dish on many expensive restaurants menu cards. 

It is a salad with old bread. You can also use ciabatta or fresh foccacia for this salad. A perfect and delicious summer dish.



The Panzanella (2pax)

Old bread 2 slices
Tomato’s 4
Paprika 1
Olives A hand
Fennel 1
Olive oil  
Salt, Pepper  
Fresh basil A bunch

Preparation Process

Break the bread and put it in the oven for 15 minutes on 175 degrees.

Cut the tomato and place them in a sieve to remove all the juice. Also cut the paprika and place the paprika in the oven or in a grill as well until they start to look brown/black. Put the paprika in a bag until the skin is coming off. Cut the olives and fennel in pieces and add them to the tomato’s. 

Make a juice from some of the tomato juice, olive oil, salt and pepper. Mix this with the veggies and add the bread and let it all soak for 1 hour. 

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