11 Reviews

Wonderful. Sorry I did not wait 3 hours as I told DD (toddler) we were going to eat salad. I'm sure waiting longer would make what is already 5 stars better. I only used a lemon and olive oil dressing as we don't use red wine vinegar for religious reasons. I used grape tomatoes, goats milk feta of Greek origin and the rest. I would make this again for sure. Made for
The Big Fat Greek Tag Game! For the WHOLE of September 2010 in KK's forum.

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UmmBinat September 18, 2010

I had lovely ripe tomatoes from the garden and fresh cucumbers. There were two different cukes a lemon cuke and a small English. Instead of mixing it all in a bowl I arranged the salads on the serving plates. The feta was Apetina lovely wee cubes of feta and this one was herbed so the Olive Oil was full of flavor and I used that as the dressing. Thanks Kitt for a flavor loaded delish lunch

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Bergy September 02, 2010

I used the recipe for your dressing as stated and it was a hit at our Greek foods party. Thanks for putting together such a wonderful Greek Marinated Salad. What a Chef Kittencal!

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TeacherLaLa November 09, 2009

Made with Christy's Greek salad dressing and it was delicious! I like the idea of no greens, as sometimes I just get sick of them :) Thanks for sharing Kitten! Linda

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Linda's Busy Kitchen January 18, 2008

This was just phenominal! I used Greek House Salad Dressing as my Greek salad dressing, and it was perfect. I didn't have any cucumber on hand, so I omitted it. I served it on a bed of lettuce as suggested, and it was the BEST Greek salad I've ever had...FAR better than the one at my FAVORITE Greek pizza house in Alabama. Thanks SO much for a delicious salad that I will make again!

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ColCadsMom January 09, 2008

Fantastic. I ommitted the sugar and lemon juice and it was just perfect. Good olives and feta are a must. I'll be making this one regularly. Thank you.

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Dr Nick December 07, 2006

Great Greek salad, Kittencal! I used halved cherry tomotoes, as the supermarket ones are worthless at this time of the year! I'm looking forward to making this again in the summer when I can get home-grown tomatoes.Thanks for posting this!

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Leslie in Texas November 11, 2006

This salad was a real hit. I didn't have the kalamata olives, so I used slice black olives...not quite the same, but worked for us!!! I will have the kalamatas next time!!!!

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Jellyqueen May 09, 2006

Good Recipe. If you really want that greek flavor imported greek olive oil is a must, not just general or italian olive oil. Also use imported greek feta, not the bland supermarket feta. Organic ripe tomatos are also better than supermarket bought. Use all there and you truly will have a taste of Greece!

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paperfly March 02, 2006
Kittencal's Greek Marinated Tomato, Olive and Feta Salad