Yippee!! I am finally wearing sandals!
You may think what's special in that but for an Italian girl growing up shoe and sock-free from May to late September having to wear shoes in June feels kind of claustrophobic.
If I could I would walk bare feet everywhere. Sometimes I do wonder whether I am living in the wrong country perhaps.
As summer is definitely here lunch now can be a "quick fix" with fresh and light strictly no-cooking meals, at least at lunch time. This bright and vibrant Italian starter on a stick is great for aperitifs and entertaining.
Be assured, your guests will love it especially if you accompany it with a good glass of wine.
- Prep Time : 20 minutes
- Cook Time : 4 minutes
Wash your tomatoes and remove them from the vine.
Cut the bread into cubes or small pieces.
Heat 2 tbsp of olive oil in a pan then add the bread with the dried oregano and the tomato sauce. Stir well and cook it for a couple of minutes each side until golden and crunchy.
Get all your ingredients on your working top, drain the mozzarella of its liquid and cut it into smaller pieces.
Pierce your ingredients on the sticks alternating the colours.
Line the skewers up on a serving dish and drizzle lightly with olive oil.