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Turkish Chopped Salad

Turkish Chopped Salad created by Artandkitchen

A delicious salad my family enjoys to eat on its own or as an accompaniment to mix into rice dishes such as recipe#196203 or recipe#387395. Originally posted fro Ramadan Tag, a variation on a dish from Gaziantep, Turkey, which is sometimes called Women's Salad! Modified from a recipe by Musa Dagdeviren on http://www.foodandwine.com.

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  • In a small bowl, combine the garlic, olive oil, molasses and crushed red pepper. Season the dressing with salt.
  • In a large bowl, toss the tomatoes with the cucumbers, scallions, green bell pepper, onion, parsley and mint.
  • Pour the dressing over the salad and toss well.
  • Serve at once or refrigerate for up to 1 hour.
  • Enjoy!
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"A delicious salad my family enjoys to eat on its own or as an accompaniment to mix into rice dishes such as recipe#196203 or recipe#387395. Originally posted fro Ramadan Tag, a variation on a dish from Gaziantep, Turkey, which is sometimes called Women's Salad! Modified from a recipe by Musa Dagdeviren on http://www.foodandwine.com."
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  1. ellie_
    Great salad! I used some chives instead of the green onions and only 2 garlic cloves, but otherwise made as directed. Think this will be great for lunch tossed with some tuna. Thanks for sharing!
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  2. ellie_
    Great salad! I used some chives instead of the green onions and only 2 garlic cloves, but otherwise made as directed. Think this will be great for lunch tossed with some tuna. Thanks for sharing!
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  3. Chef Kate
    I love this dressing! It's so simple and yet the taste is so complex. I ended up dipping slices of cucumber in the remains of the dressing (after eating more than my fair share of the salad) -- MUCH better than chips in dip. I did use Aleppo pepper instead of the pepper flakes or cayenne.<br/>Thanks, Umm!
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  4. Chef Kate
    I love this dressing! It's so simple and yet the taste is so complex. I ended up dipping slices of cucumber in the remains of the dressing (after eating more than my fair share of the salad) -- MUCH better than chips in dip. I did use Aleppo pepper instead of the pepper flakes or cayenne.<br/>Thanks, Umm!
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  5. Artandkitchen
    Ï prepared this salad with this wonderful dressing on a lollo salad bed.<br/>I substitute the red onions with the green ones as I still have some to use and as I like sooo much.<br/>All my family enjoyed it and the pomegranade molasse came as good change to vinegar or lemon juice.<br/>Thank a lot for this recipe!
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