4 Reviews

The whole family loved this salad. I added one tiny, minced garlic clove to the dressing as well as it goes so well with the rest of the ingredients. Wonderful Mirj!

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evelyn/athens July 06, 2003

A little bit tangy, with unexpected flavours from the olives and capers - the dressing for this salad was very nice. I did add a little dijon and garlic to the vinigrette (just habit) subbed chives for parsely and added a pinch of dill but I don't think I altered the flavour too much, the mediterranean spirit still shone thru - and it was quite tasty! Thanks for a nice change Mirj!

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No-Brussel-Sprouts April 26, 2006

A nice summer salad thanks Mirj. I added in ALL the options, so it was very hearty, colourful and tasty. I will make this again.

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JustJanS January 24, 2006

A deliciously flavoursome salad. I used baby potatoes which I left unpeeled and, like evelyn, I added some garlic to the dressing - crushed and then finely chopped. I omitted the cayenne pepper (personal taste preference) and the tomatoes (we were eating this with another tomato based salad) but I included the parsley and some springs onions, capers, kalamata olives and 2 very orange-yolked free range hard boiled eggs chopped into eighths and 1 small red pepper cut into thin strips. I served the salad on a bed of baby spinach leaves. It was visually appealing (with the red and green, it would have looked SO attractive on a Christmas dinner table!) and it was really delicious! It was served as a side dish with two other salads, but was completely eaten by the four of us, and I’ve since emailed one friend the recipe. Thank you, Mirj, for sharing another wonderful recipe!

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bluemoon downunder January 02, 2006
Eastern Mediterranean Potato Salad