I thought what with Summer now upon us……well some places are getting Summer anyway….that it would be a good time to roll out “Salad Week”.
I love salads and the combinations are endless, so let’s see what we can come up with.
Today we have “Deconstructed Greek Salad”.
Now don’t be intimidated. This might sound all “Chefy” but it couldn’t be simpler!
Impress your friends with this simple tasty salad.
Gather all the ingredients typically found in a Greek salad and cut them into even sized bits.
Here we have:
- Green pepper
- Yellow pepper
- Red onion
- Kalamata olives
So chop them up evenly and put them in little piles in a flat casserole dish like small 9 x 9 glass lasagna dish.
Then make up the dressing: Thee parts oil, one part vinegar
- red wine vinegar
- olive oil
- chopped fresh herbs – parsley, oregano etc
Stir up and then pour all over the vegetables and let them marinade for at least 1/2 hour before serving.
When you are ready to serve, arrange even piles of the individual vegetables around the plate.
Here we have a dollop of goat cheese, but crumbled feta would do nicely too.
Season with salt & pepper and sprinkle with additional chopped herbs if you have them!
Voila! So simple and so good!!
Please feel free to share YOUR favorite salads with me. Post a link to your blog if you’d like my friends to check it out too.
Happy Salad Week!