Recipe by Lynn Clarke
"This is a wonderful summer salad for either lunch or a light dinner. My kids even enjoy it."
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roma (plum) tomatoes, chopped
green bell pepper, sliced
English cucumber, chopped
sliced black olives
tomato basil feta cheese, crumbled
red wine vinegar
salt and pepper to taste
You have got to try this salad it is sooooo good. I was paying alot of money for this from the local supermarket deli. I was so happy when I found the recipe. Gave some to my friends one didn't like tomatoes the other doesnt like cucumbers and they both said that they like this salad. One of my new signature dishes.
The dressing seemed to have too much oil in proportion to the rest of the ingredients. I added more lemon juice, but it still lacked something for my taste. Still looking for that elusive "perfect" Greek salad dressing. Thanks for sharing!
My husband and I both loved this salad. I added a little more lemon juice and garlic to the dressing, but just because that's our taste. Thanks for a GREAT recipe!!
It is really good.I perfer to use the plain feta cheese instead of the flavoured one.
It is best to make the night before or at least a few hours, inorder for the salad to have a better flavour.
This served as a good base for my salad. I made the salad as stated, adding chopped sundried tomatoes, and a little extra vinegar and lemon. After refrigerating for about 5 hours, I tossed with romaine and feta before serving. I recieved a lot of compliments on this one. Thanks for the recipe. :)
I think I just had the best lunch I ever had. I just made up this salad and it was delicious. I didn't measure the dressing ingreadients I kind of just poured them in and tasted as I went along and it turned out fabulous. I added a large clove of garlic and next time I think I might use a small one, it was a little strong and I don't think anyone will talk to me now for a week.
I made this with the baked havarti chicken and it was excellent. Hubby, who was skeptical, and not fond of feta, actually said "ok, we can move to greece now" ;) I was actually quite proud that I made my own dresing rather than using store bought. The only thing that i changed was that i let the veggies marinate in the dressing overnight and I think it turned out excellent. Resturant quality even. Will absolutely make again.
Yummy! I did add a tiny bit of sugar to the dressing to take off the bitter edge
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Greek Salad III
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 159
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