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Greek Vegetarian Recipes

Looking for Greek vegetarian recipes? Find delicious Greek vegetarian recipes including Greek vegetarian salads, vegetarian pasta recipes, and more Greek vegetarian recipes.

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I help teach a healthy lifestyles program and often share this recipe. Instead of mandarin oranges you can add fresh chopped oranges...or replace the peas with diced cucumber or green pepper. -Debbie Anderson of Hillsdale, Michigan
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Favorite Raspberry Tossed Salad

Favorite Raspberry Tossed Salad

Favorite Raspberry Tossed Salad

Our home economists tossed together mixed greens, fresh raspberries, mushrooms, feta cheese and more in this pretty salad. Toasted pecan halves add fun crunch...and a homemade raspberry dressing brings a delicious tan to the mix!

Citrus Spiced Olives

Citrus Spiced Olives

Citrus Spiced Olives

Lemon, lime and orange bring a burst of sunny citrus flavor to marinated olives that are great for nibbling on at holiday buffets. You can even blend the olives and spread the mixture onto baguette slices.—Ann Sheehy, Lawrence, Massachusetts

Greek Pita Pizzas

Greek Pita Pizzas

Greek Pita Pizzas

Pita bread is the crust for these single-serving pizzas that get Mediterranean flair from olives, spinach and feta cheese. Breadsticks and a wedge of iceberg lettuce drizzled with salad dressing (pictured above right) make fine pizza partners. Or serve an appetizer of fresh vegetables with dip, then cap off the meal with lemon Italian ice.
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Spinach Flatbreads

Spinach Flatbreads

Spinach Flatbreads

Instead of the same old side of garlic bread, serve up wedges of toasty, mouthwatering Spinach Flatbreads from Kristen Westbrook in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. “I always seemed to have spinach that would spoil before I could use it all,” she explains. “So I started making these delicious and quick flatbreads. They’re low-fat, work well with almost any vegetable I have on hand and can double as a light lunch.”—Kristen Westbrook, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Greek-Style Pizza

Greek-Style Pizza

Greek-Style Pizza

Save yourself a trip to Greece and serve this appetizer pizza at your next holiday party. To ensure a crisp and flaky crust, before assembling the pizza, drain the tomato slices on a paper towel to soak up any extra moisture. —Claire Torrice, Oswego, New York

Mediterranean Green Salad

Mediterranean Green Salad

Mediterranean Green Salad

“This colorful, beautiful salad is a great way to use veggies from your summer garden—and always a hit with friends and family! On days when it’s too hot to cook, I buy a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store, shred it and add to the recipe to make it a complete meal.” Angela Larson – Tomahawk, WI

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

Leeks in Mustard Sauce

Leeks in Mustard Sauce

Leeks in Mustard Sauce

Leeks have a delicious oniony flavor and they are so wonderful in this side dish. The mustard sauce compliments the leeks flavor well and it goes well with many main dishes.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Garlic Cucumber Dip

Garlic Cucumber Dip

Garlic Cucumber Dip

Creamy and full of fresh cucumber flavor, this classic Greek dip is a great appetizer served with pita bread, crackers or vegetables. This dip is also a must-have accompaniment to marinated lamb chunks cooked on a skewer.—Lisa Stavropoulos, Stouffville, Ontario

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

Tomatoes with Feta Cheese

Tomatoes with Feta Cheese

Tomatoes with Feta Cheese

Ruth Lee of Troy, Ontario serves this great combination as an easy and colorful salad. “I make this no-fuss dish at least once a month,” she writes. “It's a great way to use up fresh summer tomatoes and adds zip to winter tomatoes, too.”
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