Cucumber Tomato Avocado Feta Salad, healthy, easy to prepare and so delicious. A brilliant recipe to enjoy all summer long, and take full advantage of the fresh vegetables that are in season. Serve it cold from the fridge and relax, you’ve done a great job keeping healthy!
Love them or hate them, salads are sheer goodness. If you struggle to get your five a day, well, have a nice bowl of salad, and you’re good to go. I know, salads can be a tad boring, and not so filling. And if you are still hungry 5 minutes after you’ve had your salad, chances are you’ll go crazy on junk food. And that’s a given!
Well, just leaves won’t do, but how about we make salads a bit more interesting by adding some proper goodness to them? Cucumbers, avocados and tomatoes hardly ever miss from any salad I make. If the 3 of them are yummy of their own, together they are absolutely amazing!
Add some good old feta cheese, and you get one filling and nutritious salad, perfect as a side dish for any roast, or just on its own. Did anyone say more?
HOW TO MAKE CUCUMBER, TOMATO, AVOCADO, FETA SALAD
Well, as ridiculous as it might sound, to make this salad all you need to do is chop the vegetables, spring onions and cheese, and add them to a bowl.
Radishes and spring onions could be optional I guess, but I highly recommend using them, they give this salad a nice crunch and fresh taste. Plus, don’t forget about the fresh parsley, which is absolutely yummy.
You could enjoy them as it is, but if you want to get the most out of these ingredients, we need a nice salad dressing. Mine is the simplest, 2-ingredient dressing: olive oil and cider vinegar.
No need for sugar or honey, these 2 ingredients are enough to take our salad to the very next level. And, of course, some good old salt and pepper seasoning. Easy, right?
And now, the best bit was left for the very end. If you enjoyed my Cucumber tomato avocado feta salad, how about some more yummy summer salads to keep you nice and healthy?
I have got these top 10 amazing recipes, I am sure you’d love all of them. Wanna give them a try? Hard to choose one, I know, so many try all of them?
Watermelon salad recipe – from Reuse Grow Enjoy
Asparagus and Green Bean Potato Salad – from Books and Lavender
Vegan Japanese Potato Salad – from Rhian’s Recipes
Summer kale salad – from strength and sunshine
3 minutes Mediterranean Orange Salad (glutenfree) – from Easy Cooking with Molly
Baby Kale Avocado Salad with Lemon Garlic Vinaigrette & Parmesan – from Wholesome Yum
Italian Blue Salad with Apricot dressing – from Trial and Eater
Cucumber Tomato Salad Recipe – from Ciao Florentina
Best cold broccoli salad – from savory tooth
Cabage Carrot Slaw – from Natalie’s Food and Health
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Cucumber Tomato Avocado Feta Salad, a healthy and easy to prepare salad that can be enjoyed no matter the season. A keto-friendly recipe, vegetarian, it can be made vegan by omitting the cheese. Low calorie, low carb, gluten free, this salad is so yummy. Great on its own, or as a side dish, my vegetarian salad is a summer favorurite dish, a big hit with the whole family. It's so refreshing, and the prep is less than 5 minutes. Serve it cold for the best experience.
- 2 medium tomatoes
- 1/2 cucumber
- 1 avocado
- 5 radishes
- 2 spring onions
- 100 g feta cheese
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1/2 tbsp cider vinegar
- 1/4 tsp salt
- a pinch of black pepper
- parsley to garnish
Wash and cut the tomatoes, cucumber and radishes and add them to a large bowl.
Remove the skin off the avocado, and cut it into cubes together with the feta cheese. Add them to the bowl.
Finely chop the spring onions, and add them to the salad, mixing everythig well.
Drizzle over the olive oil and vinegar, season with salt and pepper and mix to combine. Garnish with parsley.
Serve cold from the fridge.
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