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Cucumber Parsley Salad with Feta

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Cucumber Parsley Salad
Cucumber Parsley Salad
This is a simple and tasty salad; and the bonus is that it can be made year round, English style cucumbers and parsley are pretty much always available. This post is the second post on parsley, next Saturday will be something else. My plan is to spotlight for 2 weeks and then move on to a different ingredient food item, as I learn and improve on our own eating plan. 

Cucumber Parsley Salad
Serves 3 - 6 depending upon other menu choices

1 large English style cucumber
1 bunch parsley, washed, "dried" and chopped
1 small piece red onion, or 2 scallions sliced thin
1/3 - 1/2 c crumbled feta cheese
2 T lemon juice
3 T olive oil
garlic salt and pepper to taste









Chop parsley, I prefer a food processor, but use the method you prefer!














Dice red onion and soak in ice water until the ice cube melts, to soften the flavor. Drain and dry.

Wash and remove peel in a zebra type pattern.

Combine all vegetables in a large bowl, add lemon juice, 
olive oil and the garlic salt and pepper to taste. Toss, chill and enjoy. 

Hope you enjoy this salad as much as I do. It has a refreshing and cooling quality that goes great with anything spicy or grilled.

Enjoy!

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2 comments

  1. I can't wait to try your salad. I sounds really delicious.

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  2. Thanks, it is best the same day made, as so many salads are. But the next day add a little squirt of lemon juice to brighten the flavor.

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