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I loved this. My platter consisted of cucumbers, red peppers, green peppers, cherry tomatoes, black olives, artichokes, red onion. The dressing could've been cut in half.
We love Greek salads, enjoying new versions of this lovely salad had me give this one a try. Makes for a GREAT salad and has been added to my favorites collection.Other than adding a touch of sugar (a personal preference on our part) loved every bite! Looked awesome on a white serving platter - made for great presentation as well as great taste. Thank you Janey for another of your recipes that taste as good as they look.
This was an absolutely delicious Greek salad! I followed the recipe exactly with the addition of adding cooked, peeled shrimp. Even the man of the house, who can be a little negative when presented with such a healthy meal, was thoroughly satisfied. Thanks for posting NurseJaney!!
This was delicious! I followed the instructions completely but added a pinch of sugar to the dressing and topped with some cooked shrimp that I had marinating a little in the dressing before tossing all together. DH really enjoyed this salad on a warm day so this will go into our rotation. Thank you for posting. Made for 2013 <br/>Aussie Recipe Swap #80.
I made this for the Jan 2011 recipe tag...this is one delicious salad. I have tomatoes growing in the garden ( it is warm here in south florida!) and i used those...yummy dressing and easy to prepare. Thanks!
Great mix of ingredients and I enjoyed the dressing too. I did add just a pinch of sugar, don't know why, but like a touch of sweetness. Thanks! Made for Austarlaina Swap Sept. 2010.
We sincerely enjoyed this tonight. I did leave off the yellow pepper, as it fell out of the grocery bag and was rolling on the floor boards in my truck LOL. Also used green onion instead of red onion. So good. Thanks for sharing!!!
Delicious. This was hit for my Mothers Day luncheon.
Everything you could have wanted from a Greek salad! Not sure I composed it as prettily as Bon Appetit, but it was pretty nevertheless. I halved this, used less oil and non-fat feta, and substituted the white wine vinegar with half balsamic and half red wine vinegar. I'm sure the white wine vinegar would have been fine, but I was just using what I had on hand. I loved the authentic taste of the viniagrette, and I have a penchant at times for a no-lettuce salad. Thanks NurseJaney!
Delicious. I've never used white wine vinegar in a Greek dressing, but now I'm thinking I might like it better than the red wine type. Thank you.