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How to Cook Perfect Greek Salad

Fresh ingredients, fragrant herbs and natural olive oil make your simple vegetable salad into a real masterpiece.
If you order Greek salad in Greece, people will not understand you. The thing is that on its motherland its famous as Country salad. Still, no matter how you call it, this fresh dish is still very yummy.
There is no particular recipe and a lot of variations of one and the same dish. Professional cooks do not care about proportions. They just combine bright green (cucumbers), red (tomatoes), white (cheese), violet (onion) ingredients. Black olives improve the picture.
In many countries people add red bell pepper, salad leaves, garlic or even zucchini. You may experiment with the recipe as well. However the tastiest dish is the classical one.

Ingredients for
servings
сals/100 gr
Black olives
1 can
78 cals
Feta cheese
1 cup
70 cals
Olive oil
1 tbsp
135 cals
Onion
1 pcs
60 cals
Tomatoes
0.5 cup
25 cals
Cucumbers
2 pcs
20 cals
Basil, black pepper
to taste
Total calories in the prepared dish
388 cals
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Instructions:
  1. For cooking classical salad, you`ll need to peel cucumbers and cut them into big pieces.
  2. Choose fresh and bright tomatoes. They should definitely have rich taste and fragrant. Cut them into big pieces as well. If you use tasteless tomatoes from the nearest supermarket, you can break this rule and chop vegetables into tiny cubes.
  3. Cut feta into pieces. The only thing you can replace this ingredient with, is brynza. It`s salty and soft as well.
  4. Chop sweet violet onion and add it into the bowl as well.
  5. Use qualitative olive oil. It has golden-green colour. Do not mix it with anything. Pour this liquid into the bowl with the vegetables.
  6. Do not add salt or mix everything immediately. Traditionally this salad is served on the separate plates. Salt can be added by your guests. As for the herbs and fresh ground pepper, you need to add it right before presentation of this dish.

That`s it. Your classical Greek salad is ready. Bon Appetite!

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