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Greek Salads

Looking for recipes for Greek salads? Taste of Home has the best Greek salads recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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The heart of a Greek salad is in the olives, feta, cucumbers and tomatoes. Dress it with olive oil and vinegar, then add more olives and cheese. —Arge Salvatori, Little Ferry, New Jersey
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Tossed Greek Salad

Tossed Greek Salad

Tossed Greek Salad

Topped with a lemony dressing, this combination of greens, cucumber, olives and feta cheese is typical of a Greek salad. "I love the flavors," relates Lisa Hooker of Eugene, Oregon.

Greek Romaine Salad

Greek Romaine Salad

Greek Romaine Salad

Topped with crumbled feta cheese, the speedy salad features cucumber, red pepper and a lemony homemade dressing, this salad is tossed together quickly.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Traditional Greek Salad

Traditional Greek Salad

Traditional Greek Salad

This tart and crispy salad complements a variety of entrees, from casseroles and meats to pasta and pizza. “It’s one of my favorite dishes,” notes Valerie Belley from St. Louis, Missouri.
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Greek Country Salad

Greek Country Salad

Greek Country Salad

“This salad is a summer favorite with everyone and virtually a meal in itself!” —Christine Chinchilla, Hinckley, Illinois

Greek Tomato Salad

Greek Tomato Salad

Greek Tomato Salad

"My German father-in-law loves to vacation in Greece," relates Jerry Lappin of Garden City, Kansas. "After a stay on the sunny beaches of Rhodes, he game me the recipe for this zesty salad, full of fresh tomatoes, red onion, green pepper, ripe olives and feta cheese. I like to serve it for a light lunch with sourdough, French or Italian bread."

Greek Chicken Salad

Greek Chicken Salad

Greek Chicken Salad

My family loves this dish. Use light mayonnaise and this is a healthy salad. Even if you or your family are not garlic lovers, I'd advise that you use the full measurement of garlic and the tablespoon of oregano for the proper flavoring. I receive nothing but raves when I serve this salad.

Fresh Greek Garden Salad

Fresh Greek Garden Salad

Fresh Greek Garden Salad

Two kinds of peppers, fresh olives and lots of feta cheese will make this colorful Greek toss up, sent in by Glenda Parsonage of Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, a favorite. For a change of pace, try it with capers and lemon slices on top.

Dad's Greek Salad

Dad's Greek Salad

Dad's Greek Salad

The heart of a Greek salad is in the olives, feta, cucumbers and tomatoes. Dress it with olive oil and vinegar, then add more olives and cheese. —Arge Salvatori, Little Ferry, New Jersey

Greek Garden Salad

Greek Garden Salad

Greek Garden Salad

In the summer, when my garden vegetables are in abundance, I serve this salad. We eat this pretty blend often. It's handy to make with convenient bottled Italian dressing. But don't put the dressing on too early or the vegetables will get too soggy.—Glenda Parsonage, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan

Quick Greek Garden Salad

Quick Greek Garden Salad

Quick Greek Garden Salad

I like to dress up this salad by serving it in a lettuce-lined bowl. But it's gorgeous as well as tasty just served by itself.

Zesty Greek Salad

Zesty Greek Salad

Zesty Greek Salad

“Feta cheese and olives give this salad such great flavor, you’d never guess it’s as light as it is,” declares Angela Leinenbach of Mechanicsville, Virginia. “It’s a nice change of pace and goes with all kinds of main dishes.”
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