среда, 31. октобар 2012.

Greek Salad




Greek Salad

I ordered this salad the other day at a restaurant and liked very much how it went with my main course. So I tried it at home, and it took me less than 10 minutes to make it. The salad is terrible simple it only goes 3 types of fresh vegetables and few leaves of lettuce. With the addition of feta cheese it’s a very nice combination of veggies, and I added black olives. I’m a big fan of olives, especially black so I sliced them and tossed on top. Everyone can make this salad. You only need 10 min to slice the vegetables and place them in a bowl. This is a nice vegetarian salad, very refreshing and quick to make. Greek salad is good if you’re watching your weight; it has little calories and can keep you full till next meal.  

Ingredients:
·         Tomatoes 100g /3.5 oz/
·         Cucumber 50g /1.7 oz/
·         Bell pepper 50g /1.7 oz/
·         1 onion
·         Feta cheese 50g /1.7 oz/
·         Lettuce 3 leaves
·         10 black olives
·         Olive oil
·         Aceto balsamic / vinegar/

Directions:
1.    Cut tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers into cubes size 1,5 x1,5cm.
2.    Cut onion into slices. Cut feta cheese into the rectangular shape size 2x1cm. Wash lettuce and squeeze out the black olives.
3.    Mix in a salad bowl tomatoes, cucumber, pepper and season it with olive oil, aceto balsamic and add salt. 
4.    Place lettuce on the plate first, and place spiced vegetables in the dome-shape. On top of vegetables add feta cheese equally, then the onion slices and olives. Sprinkle with oregano. For a nicer decoration on top, add a twig of French parsley.      

Calories: 230
Preparation time: 15 min    |  Ready in: 15 min     |  Serves: 1 

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