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Choban Salatasi (Turkish "Shepherd's" Salad)

Choban Salatasi (Turkish "Shepherd's" Salad) created by Jim H.

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  • Have all the vegetables cut into similar size, diced.
  • English cucumbers work best; remove seeds from larger ones.
  • Combine all ingredients in bowl.
  • Mix dressing and gently toss just before serving salt and pepper to taste.
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  1. Bihter I.
    This isn't very close to a Turkish Coban Salatasi at all. First of all, scrap the radishes followed by the green onions. Using regular onions or red onions gives it the taste it should have, slightly bitter and tangy. I also salt and run the onions through the water to make them more mild if it is preferred as such. And finally - red or white vinegar with olive oil.
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  2. Jim H.
    Choban Salatasi (Turkish "Shepherd's" Salad) Created by Jim H.
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  3. Kimmore
    Coban salatasi is an everyday occurrance in my home. Although I strongly agree with seeding the cucumber, I don't seed the tomatoes because I like the juice to blend into the dressing. Also, I use red onion, chopped. Traditionally, the ingredients are to be cut into fairly small pieces.
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  4. Missy Wombat
    Good basic salad when you don't feel like lettuce based salads. The kids ate it too which is always a good sign.
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  5. Michael5
    I combined this with some feta cheese, and some balsamic vinegar and it was actually quite good.
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