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  Horiatiki Salata - Greek Salad  
 
 
 Course Salad and Chitney
 Cuisine Continental
 Occasion All Ocasions
Category Salads and Pickles
Method No cook
Serves 4
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 Ingredients :
3 tomatoes
1/2 cucumber
1/2 onion
1 sweet pepper
4-5 olives
some feta cheese
1/2 spoons oregano
1/2 spoons thyme
olive oil
salt
 pepper
 
 How to Prepare :
  • The olive oil is the next important thing. If you know your oils, skip this. As for you newbies, get a bottle of extra virgin olive oil. Make sure that those exact words are printed on the label. Good olive oils tend to be expensive, so you should get different brands for cooking and salads.
  • You can use any feta you like. I prefer older goat feta, but if that's too strong for you, stick with cow milk feta - "Macedonian feta" is good (not from FYR Macedonia though).
  • Chop up your veggies, add salt and olive oil and mix it together. Put a big slice of feta on top of it, and cover it with spices. After the salad is served, you break the feta into little pieces with your fork, and mix it with the veggies.
  • For extra goodness some fresh Italian bread ready for dipping into the tomato juice and olive oil mix from the bottom of the bowl. Yes, I know you're fat and shouldn't be dipping into oil, but it's good for you
 
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 Added on  17, Mar 2011
 
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