Easy to make Antipasto Salad is exploding with so many delicious flavors and textures, making this the tastiest Keto salad you'll ever eat!
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You'll truly blown away with how all of the flavors in this low carb antipasto salad come together! You have the saltiness of the meats and olives, tanginess of the artichokes, the creaminess of the cheese and the bright burst of the tomatoes and pepperoncini!
If there is such thing as the perfect salad, this one would win hands down!
Anytime I am asked to bring a salad to a get-together, Antipasto Salad is my go-to. It's not only amazingly delicious, the colors are gorgeous, making for a beautiful presentation. It has proven to be a hit time after time.
What's in Antipasto Salad
- Romaine lettuce
- Sopressata (or Genoa salami)
- Kalamata olives
- Mozzarella cheese
- Marinated artichoke hearts (w/liquid reserved)
- Olive oil
- Red wine vinegar
- Dijon mustard
- Dried oregano
*Exact measurements are listed in the recipe card below.
How to Make Antipasto Salad
To Make the Antipasto Salad Dressing
Blend until the ingredients are well combined and the dressing is emulsified. Set aside while you make the salad.
How to Make Antipasto Salad
Wash, dry and chop the romaine lettuce into thin shreds.
Place the lettuce in a large bowl, then place the tomatoes in bunch at one end of the bowl and the mozzarella pearls at the opposite end.
Next, add the pepperoni and artichoke hearts on one side, between the tomatoes and mozzarella.
Add the sopressata and olives on the opposite side. Finally, add the sliced pepperoncini in the very center of the bowl.
Top with a sprinkling of dried oregano and a drizzle of the dressing.
Store leftovers in the fridge in an air tight container.
How Long Does Antipasto Salad Last in the Fridge?
This salad makes a great meal prep idea. You can store leftovers for up to 3 days in the fridge. Before serving, give it a good toss to redistribute the dressing.
What Does Antipasto Salad Mean?
Antipasto is the plural form of antipasti, meaning "before the meal." Usually served as an appetizer an antipasto salad consists of different Italian meats, cheeses, peppers and olives. It's truly a salad full of all the best hors d'oeuvres all rolled into one amazing salad.
While this is typically served before a meal, with all the delicious meats and cheeses, you can certainly serve this as a quick lunch or light dinner.
Variations of Antipasto Salad
One of the beautiful things about this Antipasto Salad is, you can easily substitute anything and it will still turn out amazing! If you'd like to add one more layer of flavor and texture, add some of these sliced, zesty Keto Marinated Mushrooms.
Though this Keto Antipasto Salad uses the traditional things you'll find on most Italian versions, you can add any Italian meats, cheeses, peppers or even olives you'd like.
The simple flavors in the dressing in this recipe is the perfect marriage of flavors with the other ingredients, but you can use any sugar free vinaigrette you prefer.
More Keto Salad Recipes
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- Keto " Big Mac" Cheeseburger Salad
- Jalapeno Popper Egg Salad
- Zucchini Zoodle "Pasta" Salad
- Cauliflower "Potato" Salad
- Broccoli Salad with Bacon
- Classic Cobb with Ranch Dressing
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FOR THE SALAD
To Make the Antipasto Dressing
- Blend until the ingredients are well combined and the dressing is emulsified. Set aside while you make the salad.
To Make the Antipasto Salad
- Wash, dry and chop the romaine lettuce into thin shreds. Place the lettuce in a large bowl, then place the tomatoes in bunch at one end of the bowl and the mozzarella pearls at the opposite end.
- Next, add the pepperoni and artichoke hearts on one side, between the tomatoes and mozzarella. Add the sopressata and olives on the opposite side.
- Finally, add the sliced pepperoncini in the very center of the bowl. Top with a sprinkling of dried oregano and a drizzle of the dressing. Store leftovers in the fridge for several days.
*Make sure to scroll up and read the post for substitutions, additions and helpful tips for making this recipe.
*Nutritional data is provided as a courtesy and is accurate to the best of my knowledge. You can verify it using the nutrition calculator of your choice. All data is based on net carbs, without sugar alcohol: Swerve, Erythritol, Monk Fruit or Allulose.
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