“Shepherd’s Salad with Pomegranate Dressing”

“Shepherd’s Salad with Pomegranate Dressing

Description:

Salads are my favorite foods! It is prepared many different ways and flavors, this one particularly is one of my favorite Salad recipe. This Salad is enjoyed cold and it is very healthy. It contains a healthy mix of greens and tomatoes. It is not the typical traditional Turkish Shepherd’s Salad ( which I will make in the future) but have been modified to more modern recipe, to be used as a salad to go along with many dishes. This salad is very refreshing. It is usually a summer salad with summer vegetables, but I have used small champagne sweet tomatoes to give the juicy flavor of tomatoes even at winter time.  English cucumbers or small size cucumbers with almost no seeds are best for this salad.

Details:

Prep Time : 25min
Cook Time : 0 min
Ready Time : 25
Servings : 6 Servings ( small deep bowls are great for serving)

Ingredients:

2 Pint of Champagne Sweet Tomatoes ( washed, dried and cut half)

4 cucumbers ( peeled, seeded if neccessary, and cut into tin slices)

1/2 cup fresh mint(cleaned and chopped)

1/2 cup fresh Italian parsley ( cleaned and chopped)

1/4 cup of feta cheese ( crumbles- best one to use French Feta/ “Phoenicia” must go place:):)

1/4 cup Walnuts ( large chunks)

1 tbsp of Pomegranate Sauce ( ” Phoenicia or Whole Foods Market”)

1/4 cup of olive Oil

Salt to taste ( I have used only 1 tsp)

Step 1:

Place all the prepared vegetables( halved tomatoes, sliced cucumbers, mint, parsley) into a salad bowl.

Step 2:

Mix on a jar pomegranate sauce and olive oil with salt well into a dressing.

Step 3:

Pour the dressing right before serving over the mixed vegetables and decorate with walnuts and feta cheese and some mint last.

Bon Appetit!


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