So simple, so good! didn't change a thing about the recipe except to add a few red capsicum peppers as suggested. Will be fixing this often. Thanks for such a refreshing little salad.
Really simple and good. Just don't forget to peel the cucumbers like I did. Also I did use dried parsley, but put it in with the liquids to rehydrate several hours before blending with veggies.
This is not the sort of dish I usually go for, but I absolutely loved it as did my SO. I made it a day in advance and it kept very well in the fridge. I used 4 vine-ripened tomatoes, 2 medium Lebanese cucumbers, 1 red capsicum (pepper), 1 small/med red onion, Danish feta and everything else as listed. Thanks for a fantastic recipe I will make again!
This was really fantastic. Good the night I made it, good at lunch the next day and dinner the next night. I used canned tomatoes, which I highly recommend unless you can get nice juicy ones at the store (I made this in October so that's really not an option this time of year) No mealy Roma's in this dish. I'm looking forward to doing it again!
Simple, colorful, healthy, flavorful...what else could you ask?! I could hardly wait for it to marinate and admit to sneaking more than one bite in the meantime. It's a bit like tabbouleh without the bulgur in it. I also tried adding chick peas to it with great success; kalamata olives might be tasty too. Good as a salad on its own or in pita. I love this salad! :oD
I love feta, tomatoes and cucumbers together! I didn't quite know what an italian bell pepper was, so I substituted 4 small pepperoncinis. It was excellent and had such a fresh flavor and the peppers added a little bite. Really summery and good!