I made a variation of this as I had avocados and kohlrabi which both needed to be used up but no feta cheese or lime juice. Instead I used lemon juice and shaved in some parmesan towards the end -- a very nice combination and I'm sure the feta/lime mixture would be equally good. I do think 3 kohlrabi bulbs would be a bit much though. I had one with 2 avocados and it was plenty, both in terms of a ratio in the salad and also in terms of how much it made it total. We had enough for 4 appetiser servings. If you wanted a meal-sized portion you would have to add more but I personally would also increase the amount of avocado.
I made a smaller version of this salad, but I thought it was wonderful - crunchy and creamy, with a kick of lime. I did reduce all the ingredients, and the olive oil and lime juice a bit more than the others. (I didn't use the garlic powder, as I don't like it in uncooked dishes, but the salad was great without it.) It seemed like an odd combination of flavors when reading the recipe, but when I actually tasted it, all the flavors work together very well.
The idea of this salad seemed great but I do not care for it at all. I love all fresh vegetables I have ever tasted but this combo did not please me.
This is a yummy dish, but the dressing is too oily for me. I ended up taking away two tablespoons of the olive oil and added a tablespoon of balsamic vinegar.
Very good salad. I think the kohlrabi I used was on the small side, so the amount of dressing indicated was a bit much. However, it was very good with the vegetables.
great taste and texture combination, thanks!
Loved it. Intense crunch of the kohlrabi contrasts nicely with the smooth richness of the avocado. I used half the vegetables, all the dressing and smoked gouda rather than feta. Not one of the prettier salads I've ever enjoyed but it certainly tastes great.
delicious! great combination