2-6: Greek Salad

My options for cooking have been limited lately, so I’ve been gravitating towards simpler recipes in order to keep it manageable, yet active. You really can’t get much simpler than 2-6: Greek Salad.

2-6: Greek Salad

This is a great recipe for summer–most of the ingredients are in season and it’s super light. We made it for dinner instead of lunch as suggested, but I’m sure the folks at Simply Delicious won’t mind.


2-6: Greek Salad

Pretty sure my mom never made this, even though she does enjoy a good Greek salad. Probably because it doesn’t include lettuce (which threw my husband for a loop–Salad? Without lettuce?).


2-6: Greek Salad

Ingredients. Only notable thing is that I used balsamic vinegar, not white vinegar. Depends on what you’re going for, I suppose–I prefer the balsamic, but my husband said he would have probably preferred the white.


2-6: Greek Salad

The tomatoes were a bit aged–they didn’t slice as well as I’d hoped. Therefore, they ended up being wedges.


2-6: Greek Salad

Pepper sliced up nice though. 🙂    *shows off nicely cut pepper*


2-6: Greek Salad

Onion wasn’t terrible either.


2-6: Greek Salad

And finally, the cucumber.


2-6: Greek Salad

You can see the balsamic gives it a darker tone than using white vinegar–if you want it all to stay bright and crisp-looking (especially the onion), you may want to go with a lighter vinegar. White wine vinegar or white balsamic could be solutions too.


2-6: Greek Salad

Final product, with a terrible glare in the background. ಠ_ಠ

Overall, a good Greek salad, although I personally prefer a chopped salad with these type of ingredients. If I did it again, I’d do it all chopped up in small, uniform pieces.

Grade: A-


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