A truly traditional Greek Salad with ripe tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, onions, and creamy feta cheese. FULL RECIPE 👉 https://bit.ly/TMD-Greek-Salad
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INGREDIENTS:
🔹 4 Medium juicy tomatoes, preferably organic tomatoes
🔹 1 Cucumber, or 3/4 English (hot house) cucumber preferred, partially peeled making a striped pattern
🔹 1 green bell pepper, cored
🔹 1 medium red onion
🔹 Greek pitted Kalamata olives
🔹 Salt, a pinch
🔹 4 tbsp quality extra virgin olive oil (I used Early Harvest Greek olive oil)
🔹 1–2 tbsp red wine vinegar
🔹 Blocks of Greek feta (do not crumble) a good amount to your liking
🔹 1/2 tbsp quality dried oregano

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Yum looks delicious i am making this soon can i skip olives red peppers and tomatoes as am not a big fan of them drooling over my samsung galaxy note 8 love your recipes making me hungry Thanks Ramya

  2. I've made this though got (the same) "recipe" elsewhere. It's very good and people will be surprised at how good/easy it is. Btw, I know it's not traditional but I really dislike green pepper, so just use red (though come to think of it yellow might be nicer here for color, it's also less sweet).

  3. Yummy…. I put garbanzo beans and hot pepper rings in my Greek Salad. I have one at least once a week. That’s the way the Greeks in Detroit have been doing it for over 50 years. And sliced beets too. But I don’t like beets. 😀

  4. Yum. It’s hot, so dinner tonight! With some crusty bread, I think🤔. I don’t even have to worry about it, your recipes are ALWAYS spot on, always delicious. I just noticed what you do with your onions, I do that too! It really does make them not so strong, and in a salad👍. And of course, in molokia! Update. Great as always. Perfect for hot weather. And I like the big chunks. I wasn’t sure at first, but it works well. And less chopping! Thanks again for your recipes. Next, Harrisa chicken!

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