Zucchini Ribbon Caper Salad

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The lemon juice and olive oil dressing makes this zucchini salad tastes fresh, while capers definitely add flavour and interest to this summer squash salad. Super simple and absolutely delicious!

  • 2 Small zucchini, peeled into strips
  • 2 tbsp Olive oil
  • 1/2 Lemon, zested
  • 1 Garlic, crushed
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1 Tomato, deseeded and julienne
  • 1 tbsp Capers
    ©angiesrecipes
    , drained and rinse
  1. Toss the zucchini strips with the oil, lemon zest and juice, garlic, salt and pepper. Set aside for 30 minutes to marinate.
  2. Divide between 2-3 plates and top with capers, tomato julienne. Drizzle any extra dressing over if desired. To garnish, sprinkle a pinch of dried parsley over.
Zucchini Ribbon Caper Salad

80 comments:

Happy Cook 20/5/10 13:30

Beautiful, healthy and so dleicous.

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Peter M 20/5/10 13:47

Gorgeous salad and I'm digging the capers in here.

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tigerfish 20/5/10 14:03

I love those ribbons you made! You just made it more appetizing :)

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Belinda @zomppa 20/5/10 14:13

Whoa! How did you do that? It's gorgeous! It's too pretty to eat...what an artiste.

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Bo 20/5/10 14:14

What a fantastic way to have zucchini!

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arthi 20/5/10 14:16

nice clicks..healthy and tasty!!!

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Claudia 20/5/10 14:20

You added capers! A little zing -love zucchini and the ribbons are so pretty, fresh and summery. I may have this for breakfast!

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Jess @ Bakericious 20/5/10 14:21

the salad is healthy and yummy, your presentation of the salad is so beautiful and appetising.

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Food Lover 20/5/10 14:24

looks really beautiful :)

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Pari 20/5/10 14:46

Lovely, I am ready to dig in.

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Lynda 20/5/10 14:48

This is a lovely salad...I love zucchini and your photo is beautiful!

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OysterCulture 20/5/10 14:58

Oh, this sounds and looks yummy. Anything with capers is delicious to me.

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MaryMoh 20/5/10 15:06

I have never tried capers but this looks refreshingly good. I bet it works well with cucumbers, too.

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simply.food 20/5/10 15:06

What a colourful and pretty salad.

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My Little Space 20/5/10 15:30

What a great looking & refreshing dish! I love the crunchiness in it.

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Pavithra 20/5/10 15:51

Absolutely tempting salad ..they looks gorgeous.. I too luv to add zucchini strips to pasta and salads.. crunchy and wonderful taste.. ur click is awesome angie..

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Stella 20/5/10 15:53

Hey Angie, I love zucchini in a salad. I usually grate it, but this is much more beautiful. I'm going to make this today!

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A Thought For Food 20/5/10 16:10

Growing up, I always put capers on my bagels and lox. Unfortunately, my husband isn't a big fan of them, so I rarely get to use them in dishes.

With that being said, I think that I might have to make an exception for this beautiful salad. It looks so refreshing.

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M D 20/5/10 16:17

Lovely looking caper salad. I love them. Beautiful!

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TasteHongKong 20/5/10 16:22

The ribbon-like slices gracefully style the salad.

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Cool Lassi(e) 20/5/10 16:23

Very Gourmet! Love the presentation!

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Rachana Kothari 20/5/10 16:26

What a beautiful way to have zucchini and I love capers :)

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lisaiscooking 20/5/10 16:28

The zucchini ribbons and julienned tomatoes are so pretty, and the dressing sounds delicious!

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motherrimmy 20/5/10 16:31

Simple and very pretty! A great way to use the zucchini that will be abundant here in a few months.

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roxan 20/5/10 16:33

I really need to get that mandoline!

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Velva 20/5/10 16:59

Your fresh zucchini salad screams warm weather and summer vegetables. Beautiful.

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Anncoo 20/5/10 17:07

A beautiful salad, how to you sliced the zucchini so evenly?

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Dajana 20/5/10 18:04

Lovely, and great taste, too.

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Mary 20/5/10 18:06

How gorgeous!!! What a perfect summer salad. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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Pete 20/5/10 18:25

Thin crunchy zucchini slices...love the texture!

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Heavenly Housewife 20/5/10 18:27

What an elegant side dish this would make, so pretty.
*kisses* HH

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Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) 20/5/10 18:45

awesome ..love those ribbons..so cute presentation...healthy and eye catchy

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Cookin' Canuck 20/5/10 18:55

This is such a pretty and healthy salad! The capers would lend a really nice flavor to the zucchini.

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The Housewife 20/5/10 18:59

So pretty! And I heart capers! :) This is perfect spring food.

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Priya 20/5/10 20:19

Crunchy zucchini ribbon as salad looks fabulous..

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pigpigscorner 20/5/10 21:54

Lovely flavours! I've been roasting a lot of zucchini, looks like it's time for a change!

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Devaki 20/5/10 22:33

I have always loved zucchini recipes. What a great recipe for the summer!

Ciao, Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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Sook 20/5/10 22:34

Oh wow, I love zucchini but it looks too beautiful to eat!! :)

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Janet @Gourmet Traveller 88 20/5/10 22:55

Your zucchini ribbon is beautiful and the dressing is very refreshing as a summer salad. I think I can make your salad to go with our bbq this Sat : )

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sweetlife 21/5/10 00:15

I love this salad, capers and zucchini together...and your ribbons are perfect

sweetlife

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Erica 21/5/10 01:44

What a beautiful salad, Angie!!! Love the presentation.

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Lazaro Cooks! 21/5/10 02:13

Great salad. Nice balance with the acidity.

Cheers!

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denise @ quickies on the dinner table 21/5/10 02:30

Very pretty salad! I love the simple, fresh and zesty flavours. Ive got a batch of frozen yeast dough and everything I need for this salad and I'm thinking....zucchini salad for lunch and maybe, zucchini ribbon salad on pizza dough for dinner LOL With lots and lots of cheese on top, of course!!

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Cinnamon-Girl 21/5/10 02:50

What a lovely salad Angie! I love those zucchini ribbons. They look so elegant.

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Hornsfan 21/5/10 02:56

Stunning salad Angie - I love the zucchini, I actually had a 'raw' pasta dish one time years ago that used zucchini ribbons instead of pasta, I'll have to dig up the recipe, you've inspired me :)

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kitchen flavours 21/5/10 04:16

Looks absolutely appetizing!

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5 Star Foodie 21/5/10 04:24

The zucchini ribbons are so pretty! A wonderful salad creation!

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Chow and Chatter 21/5/10 04:44

oh great salad and the presentation is awesome

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Magic of Spice 21/5/10 05:40

Oh Angie, this is just lovely! Sounds yummy too:)

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Ivy 21/5/10 06:31

This looks amazing. I have never eaten raw courgettes before.

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Ellie (Almost Bourdain) 21/5/10 11:05

The zucchini ribbons are too beautiful!!!

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Elin 21/5/10 12:01

Great salad..simple yet refreshing ! :)

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Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) 21/5/10 12:40

so coincidence, today I made salad too, cucumber and pineapple salad. Next time I want to try with zuchini too. Thanks for sharing.

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zurin 21/5/10 14:01

a beautiful salad . Ive always been wanting to do this but never have...must do. ;)

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A Canadian Foodie 21/5/10 14:54

Hi, Angie!
The salad is simple and as a lover of garlic and tomatoes - sounds perfect. The marinade would definitely make a nice difference to the texture!
:)
Valerie

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Sarah Naveen 21/5/10 15:10

Awesome and gorgeous salad...nice clicks

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Maria 21/5/10 15:21

That looks gorgeous! I have never prepared zucchini as such. I would love to try to since I am rarely happy with the texture of zucchini when it I cook with it.Beautiful Salad!

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Biren 21/5/10 15:47

What a gorgeous salad! I love the zucchini ribbons!

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Kitchen Butterfly 21/5/10 17:10

I love ribbons of anything - zucchini, rhubarb, carrots and fabric. This is lovely and fresh!

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Dishesdone 21/5/10 18:23

Beautiful salad! I think we would love this one as well!

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Cherine 21/5/10 19:30

What a gorgeous salad!

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Parita 21/5/10 20:34

Love the flavors in this salad!

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Gulmohar 21/5/10 21:10

The ribbons look so pretty...flavorful salad

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munchcrunchandsuch 21/5/10 22:21

such a delightful salad..those ribbons r oh so cute

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Fimère 21/5/10 23:15

c'est coloré et c'est savoureux j'aime beaucoup
bonne soirée

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tasteofbeirut 22/5/10 00:39

I felt like I was about to eat this salad! Yum! such an elegant way to present it too Angie!

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PranisKitchen 22/5/10 02:04

wow the salad looks so delicious .i love the way u presented awesome.really like d it
first time here what a good collection of recipes.sure will come back to see ur new recipe idea..u r always welcome to my space..following u

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citronetvanille 22/5/10 02:56

Love zucchini ribbons, so versatile, and this is a creative and light recipe!

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Linn @ Swedish Home Cooking 22/5/10 13:29

The ribbons look so pretty! I bet your salad is super delicious too.

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Joanne 22/5/10 13:33

That is one beautiful salad! I love the caper addition.

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Mother Rimmy 22/5/10 15:59

Congratulations on making the Foodbuzz Top 9!

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Food For Tots 22/5/10 16:45

I really love the food presentation of this salad. The sliced zucchini is so thin and you curled it up beautifully like a ribbon. Simple awesome!

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Sortachef 22/5/10 20:17

Great recipe, Angie. I'm turning this one over to my vegetarian wife for sampling... she'll love to make it!

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Magdalena 22/5/10 20:38

I absolutely like zucchini presented the way you did. It is so simple, nice looking and tasty. Very good appetizer in summer time ! Take care!

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Nisrine 23/5/10 04:14

zucchini ribbon is so elegant. Lovely photo!

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Fresh Local and Best 23/5/10 05:51

This looks like a very refreshing salad, elegant too!

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Hettar7 24/5/10 00:54

All the ingredients in this seems like they would be delicious together. I'd even be willing to try raw zucchini for it. Though I'm a mite trepidacious. I've never eaten zucchini raw before. We'll give it a go and see.

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Bridgett 24/5/10 21:46

This is so gorgeous and I love the simplicity of the flavors. It really lets the natural tastes shine though. I love this.

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Theresa111 8/6/10 08:34

This is an outstanding and picture perfect salad.

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