Greek-style Salad with Potatoes

Okay, nothing like Greek potato salad. But instead, Greek-style salad with potatoes! Silly quick and easy to make and on the table in 10 minutes.

Perfect when you want a little more than just salad.

Greek-style Salad with Potatoes

I remember years ago we went to the Greek island of Thassos and had the best Greek salad and mousaka ever.

Sat in a restaurant by the sea with good food, and of course an ice-cold beer and brilliant sunshine; you can't beat it.

Of course, anyone that's been to Greece will have no doubt eaten mousaka. Greek salad is an essential side to a good mousaka.

But the other afternoon, on yet another day of sunny hot weather, rather than another BBQ I wanted something, quick, easy and relatively healthy.

Yes, yes I know it isn't traditional for a Greek salad to have potatoes or baby salad leaves for that matter, but that's what I fancied. 😊

This would also be perfect served with Greek-style Shoulder of Lamb. Plus it will go with so many other dishes, so liven up a boring everyday salad and try this instead.

Make ahead:
This is perfect with a BBQ - just don't add the feta or olive oil until you are about to serve; instead, keep covered with cling film and pop it in the fridge.

What's your favourite salad?

Greek-style salad and potatoes



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Greek-style Salad with Potatoes

Greek-style Salad with Potatoes

More than the usual Greek salad, adding potatoes makes it more filling. Perfect also as a BBQ side dish.
Prep time: 10 MCook time: Total time: 10 M

Ingredients:

  • Sliced cooked new potatoes
  • Sliced sweet pointed red peppers
  • Sliced red onion
  • Cucumber - skin and seeds removed
  • Cherry tomatoes - halved
  • Baby salad leaves
  • Pitted black olives - halved
  • Feta - crumbled
  • Dried oregano
  • olive oil

Instructions:

  1. Put the lot into a nice serving bowl and carefully mix together.
  2. Add the crumbled feta. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle over a pinch of oregano.
  3. Job done.
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