Greek saladJanuary is here and we all know what that means: soup and salad filled days to blast away the indulgent festive period but not just any old salad-mouthwateringly fresh and filling Greek feta cheese salad!

You can of course find this on the menu at all of Papa G’s award winning restaurants The Olive Tree in Leeds.

George's Greek Salad

Here is Papa G of the award winning Olive Tree Greek Restaurants’ perfect Greek salad ideal for those on a low carb, clean eating, paleo or simply healthy diet. Enjoy!

Greek salad


6 black Kalamata olives
3 medium tomatoes, cut into wedges
1 cucumber peeled, diced into cubes
1 small red onion, sliced into rings
100ml/3fl oz extra virgin olive oil
150g/5oz feta
1 tsp dried oregano
50ml/3 tbsp red wine vinegar


Plate the salad ingredients on a plate, scatter the olives and place the feta slice on the top in the middle. Mix the olive oil and red wine vinegar in a small bowl and drizzle over the salad. Sprinkle with oregano and serve.

Can be enjoyed as a main course for one person or a side salad for two. Yum!

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208 Responses

  1. World Food Guide

    Looks and sounds delicious! Your photo and its’ source have been featured on the World Food Guide website:

  2. Wendy Tyler

    I love the sound of that book, but my children will want to do EVERYTHING in it so maybe better if I don’t win, lol!

  3. Gemma Matthews

    My little boy would love this book, I think he would definitely find it fun making the ice cream too 🙂

  4. TheBoyandMe

    That salad looks ace, although I’m afraid I’d have to pick out the olives and red onions as onions give me heartburn and olives are not to my palette. I do like the purity of feta, cucumber and tomatoes though; had loads of them when in Bulgaria.
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  5. samantha roberts

    This cookbook is fab. My two children aged 3 and 9 love cooking and baking so I think this is a fantastic prize

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    this book looks amazing i love cooking and my kids love being in the kitchen so would be perfect to get them to start helping and make new food

  7. Clare Stringer

    The food looks delicious – I’m sure even my rather fussy son would love it!

  8. Ellen Hewitt

    Love the Greek salad reciipe and the reminder about it being low carb. The icecream idea in a tin can sounds great fun. So really hope I can win the prize and introduce the grandchildren to it.


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