Greek Salad

The great things about Greek Salads are its quick, easy, and you just use a few ingredients. You can kick it up a notch and make your own dressing (recipe below). You can shake it up and change out the greens, swap the Kalamatas for black olives or green, use any kind of onions or no onions, anyway, you get the picture. Here’s a light version. I added sauteed chicken chunks but it works fine without them.
I used spring mix instead of traditional Romaine and tried fresh spring red onions, which are not as strong and tear free! A few Kalamatas, grape tomatoes, cucumbers and topped with feta. Yum! Oh yeah and the dressing!
1/2 cup olive oil
1/4 cup red wine vinegar
1 Tablespoon balsamic vinegar
1/2 teaspoon minced fresh garlic
dash (a little less then 1/8 teaspoon)oregano
salt and pepper

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3 Responses to Greek Salad

  1. Cindy, do I need to re-subscribe? Looks great!

    • admin says:

      Hi Heidi,
      Unfortunately, you need to re-subscribe. I tried to work out the bugs to give people the option to subscribe from the follow button, or comment section, facebook, etc. I need to go back and re-subscribe to everyone under this addy and not writelane! Oh boy! Take care, Cindy

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