Reproduced with permission. Log in or sign up to join the discussion. Hi Ray, If you can't find Greek salad dressing you could make your own! Shake it all up in a jar and pour over just before serving. This dressing keeps for ages in the fridge so feel free to make a double or triple batch. Where are you guys finding the 'greek salad dressing'?
Jump Directly to Recipe. Whenever I tell someone I love healthy food, the first thing they inevitably ask me is if I eat salad all day. I am definitely not one of those people who grab a mixing bowl from the cabinet, dump in a bunch of greens, and happily go to town. For me, for a salad to be good, it has to be something substantial. It has to have a great mix of flavors, textures, and really good dressing. Salad dressings are super easy to make at home, and I think learning how to make your favorite dressing in your own kitchen is a super useful skill to have. You can completely control the ingredients.
This Greek salad is brimming with flavor — loaded with delicious fresh vegetables, olives, chickpeas, and feta cheese tossed in a light and refreshing greek salad dressing. Greek salad or Khoriatiki salad is a salad in the Mediterranean cuisine. Greek salad is made with pieces of tomatoes, red bell pepper, sliced cucumbers, onion, chickpeas, feta cheese, and olives, typically seasoned with salt and oregano, and dressed with olive oil and vinegar. If you are looking for a quick and light side dish that everyone will love, make this Greek Salad. I make it for every potluck during the summer and everyone raves about it.
I whole-heartedly admit that I am not a salad eater. In fact, I sort of despise salads. So much chewing and so much boringness. Is that a word? However… I am a huge fan of anything with feta cheese and kalamata olives.