Celebrate spring vegetables and flavors with this spring pesto panzanella! For the recipe, check out my post on Marcus Samuelsson’s blog.
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Omigosh I love panzanella. So springy, it’s gorgeous.
I can’t stand how delicious this looks! Totally pinning this one and hopefully making it this spring! LOVE asparagus.
A great dish! I am on your wave Joanne, pesto sounds absolutly awesome! I ll hop over for the recipe. thx!
Yum! I have some leftover French bread and this would be a perfect way to use it up!
For some reason I have never had panzanella but after seeing this, that is going to change very very soon. Running over for the recipe right now.
your spring, my autumn.. both of my fav seasons! what a refreshing panzanella recipe! i love the greens in it.
Spring is here Joanne!!!!
That looks delicious!
You make th best dishes. I need to go check it out!
has been pinned! looks delish!!
Looks so good. I love panzanella!
This looks so delicious, love all those spring vegetables and flavours.
Ohh delicious! When I worked at Bertucci’s the panzanella salad was a spring special and it was fantastic. I’d love to try to make my own!
hey anytime there is a bread in a salad–i’m there!
look delicious and always your salads are amazing!!
I adore panzanella bread salad…and then you added beans. What a great protein addition for meat eaters and vegetarians a like.
This looks wonderful!
I think if and when I eat this salad, I will scream like Meg Ryan did in When Harry Met Sally. It looks THAT good. Have a great week Joanne!
Spring on a Plate! Yippppeeeee!
Next grocery run, these ingredients are on the list! I could dive in right now!
Panzanella is by far a favorite at my home…addition of the pesto only enhances it.
I could just eat 2 plates of that right now.
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Love everything about this recipe!
Panzanella is one of my favorite warm weather dishes – this looks great!
Dear Joanne, Your panzanella looks wonderful!! Blessings my dear, your friend, Catherine xo
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Again, I will ask. Can we be best friends and neighbors so we can exchange food all the time? That’d be great, thanks :).
I love panzanella! This looks so delicious!
This looks fabulous and love the idea of a spring panzanella with asparagus! Off to see the recipe!
Oh this looks so good! Wish I had this for dinner tonight. I am hoping to find some farm grown asparagus this weekend. If so, this is on the menu for next week.
I adore panzanella. The bread looks so crispy – heading over to check it out now 🙂
Oh, I love traditional panzanella. So, one with pesto has got to be doubly good.
I had a winter panzanella bookmarked for so long but kept forgetting to make it .. I’ll have to try a spring one instead!
Mmm, panzanella, my favorite salad. Nice twist with the pesto!
What a vibrant salad! I’m loving all the ingredients in here, especially those homemade ciabatta croutons.
Perfection! Love this dish.
Love panzanella. The idea of tossing it with pesto is intriguing
I love panzanella.
Your salad makes me feel like spring is officially here. I’ve never thought about putting pesto in panzanella before, but I bet it would add some interesting flavors. Salads like these always make me wish I lived somewhere where I could have a vegetable garden.
This is a genius take on panzenella. Love all this springyness!
I LOVE panzanella and this version sounds awesome!
This is making me hope the weather gets warm ASAP. I want to be eating this on my deck…right now!
I love bread salads, hard to believe my first one was just two years ago.
my husband and toddler LOVED this. we used french bread instead of ciabatta, otherwise followed the recipe.
though I love pesto and balsamic, I think it I was making it again just for me, I’d do one or the other (probably balsamic + a little olive oil). I’m not as crazy for the combination. (However, this is a non-issue because the 14 month old foodie/tyrant likes your recipe as-is! Ha)
thanks for another good one
*I think “if”
That looks really fresh and springy.
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