Friday, June 22, 2007

Dad's Antipasto

Makes 12 Servings

1 lb. romaine lettuce
1 can chopped olives
chopped cucumbers
chopped green onions
thinly sliced red onions
sliced green onions
white american
deli ham
shredded cheddar cheese
parmesan cheese
grape tomatoes
Italian Dressing


Chop romaine and spread on large serving platter. Create layers of strips of meats and cheese and vegetables, reserving tomatoes for top. Repeat layers until everything is used up and then sprinkle with plenty of olives, cucumbers and parmesan, topping with the grape tomatoes. Pour Italian dressing on top, or serve on the side as a garnish. Cut antipasto using pizza cutter like a pie and serve wedges with dressing.

This is a classic family favorite. My dad makes it every Christmas, it is a tradition, and it also makes a great meal on warm, summer nights. You can include any toppings you like, but these are what our family uses. Delicious!

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