Most Greek salads are made with feta cheese. I don’t like feta, so I substituted fresh mozzarella instead. It worked perfectly. All ingredients should be added to taste. Simply drizzle the olive oil and balsamic vinegar, as well as sprinkle the salt and pepper to taste. Make a big or small batch depending on how many people you’ll be feeding. I made this salad when I need to feed a crowd.
Gluten free side dishes
As someone who follows a strict gluten-free diet, I have to cook at home … a lot. But if I made the same boring meals week after week, well, I’d be bored. My secret to eating with gluten-free joy is by adding spice. After all, variety is the spice of life! The Savory Spice Shop takes this motto […]
What a wonderful way to celebrate the first day of summer – and Father’s Day! – with this gluten-free summer quinoa salad recipe. When my mother-in-law suggested I bring a side dish to last weekend’s Father’s Day BBQ, I was excited to make a quinoa salad. I have to admit, when I offered to make […]
This post about how to make roasted artichokes contains affiliate links. Artichokes are one of my family’s favorite vegetable side dishes – especially when I take the time to make roasted artichokes! My kids will gobble up an entire artichoke and still beg for more – never fail! The reason they love artichokes so much is […]