This is very light and refreshing and easy to put together. I made this as written, just cutting the oil down to 2 tbsp. I feel like this salad could have been a bit more flavorful..... like with the addition of chopped fresh herbs. Next time I wil add chopped parsley, cilantro or dill. Thanx!
This recipe was quick and easy to make. This recipe recommended to let it set for about 1 hour, but I like vinegar, and I thought that the salad tasted better on the second day after the salad could marinate in the dressing for a little extra time.
Refreshing and healthy! I added an orange bell pepper to the veggie mix and oregano, garlic and crushed red pepper to the dressing. This will become a regular addition to our menu!
Very good, and simple. I thought it might be too vinegary for my husband, but he likes it. I don't care for tomatoes, so I used red bell pepper for color, and added one chopped zucchini as well. This is a great way to get some of my daily fiber!
Great recipe for a side salad. If I make it on a Sunday, I have salad to bring to work for lunch all week.
We enjoyed this salad even without the cucumber and green pepper, which I didn't have. I did add a little garlic, and I would suggest making it a few hours before serving to marinate ingredients. I will make this salad again as it is very easy and healthy. Thanks EdsGirlAngie
Really nice. Had to leave out the tomatoes since the husband won't eat raw tomatoes. Took about 2-3 days to eat between two people so it was well marinated by the end of that.
I have used this recipe so often I know it by heart. It's great for my lunches. I have also tried subbing drained mixed beans for a change. I do leave out the pepper as it sometimes gives me stomach aches. I use 3/4 of an English cucumber so don't seed it. I sometimes just cut cherry tomatoes in half & throw in as many as I'd like. Thanks so much for my new lunch staple!
Quick, easy, wholesome, healthy...and it even tastes good. Improves by the next day provided noone finishes it before then.