I love this salad, but there's a bit too much feta for my taste. I make this frequently in the summer and use grape tomatoes and regular cucumbers. It's also good with a little brown rice or bulgur mixed in. Be sure to rinse the onion to take the bite off a bit. Whenever I make it for a gathering it gets raves.
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swoodness Posted: 08/20/09
MonicaMN Posted: 01/10/09
I liked this recipe, but I was the only on who had seconds. My son who loves fetta would not take more than one bite. I think slowly adding the dressing to taste may have been better for us, but I liked it.
deliamacpher Posted: 08/24/09
i love this recipe. so easy and simple and delish
JeriTex Posted: 09/23/10
Nice recipe for a light summery salad. Made it with Chicken Souvlaki and Tzatziki sauce. I did cut the olive oil by half and it still came out great. Slightly briney, if you don't like high sodium foods (like me) you may want to consider cutting back on the feta.
Dave023 Posted: 11/21/09
Awesome way to get your veggies! This one goes into the winner's recipe box.
AlaHoneyBlossom Posted: 04/02/10
Ok, because I'm Greek, I had to comment on this one, if only to correct the ingredient list: we don't put any parsely in Greek salad. The only herb you'll find in it is oregano
Skippytracer Posted: 06/21/11
I'm making this for the second time. My husband and I really liked this salad. The first time around I only used 4 oz of reduced fat feta. I also cut the amount of oil called for in half. We didn't miss either.
stellacorona Posted: 04/26/13
awesome! didn't use parsley, used less oil, lemon juice and feta. my husband had a business associate to dinner with us, and he loved it so much he asked me for the recipe and sent a picture a few days later of his finished masterpiece!! served it with CL chicken souvlaki and lemon greek potatoes the first time. love this!
jcamlin Posted: 09/04/12
We loved it with our filet and baked potato!