Servings: six to eight.
Fregola is a tiny toasted pasta from Sardinia. It can be found at Italian specialty stores, or ordered online at GourmetSardinia.com. You can also substitute Israeli couscous or any tiny pasta, but toast it first in a large, dry skillet, over medium-low heat until it browns a bit, about 10 minutes.
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I really LOVE this dish. The grill-marinated peppers and zucchini are so delicious that it is hard to keep from eating them as they are resting and coming down to room temperature! The rosemary-garlic oil is incredibly flavorful. This dish a little bit time-consuming, but is well worth the effort!
This salad was just okay in my book. It was attractive on the plate but lacked any real direction in flavor.
This is a beautiful salad. I used orzo in place of the fregola and had great results.
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