Summer Salad Recipe for Cancer and Chemotherapy
Ease of Preparation: Easy Recipe
This salad is absolutely one of my favorites to eat during the summer. The tomatoes and the cucumbers work together to make a dish that is both savory and light. The vinegar in this dish is what really pulls all the flavors together. The longer you let this marinate, the more homogenized the flavors become.
This dish should taste savory.
The weight of this dish is light but can be balanced with red wine vinaigrette.
The texture of this dish is like a salad.
This dish is good for people with low to moderate treatment side effects.
This dish gives an emotional response of summer time freshness.
This dish is best categorized as Mediterranean.
8 oz. feta cheese, diced
4 Roma tomatoes
1 large cucumber
2 green bell peppers
1 medium red onion, sliced
a generous but reasonable helping of Kalamata olives
kosher salt to taste
freshly ground black pepper to taste
red wine vinaigrette (I personally use the brand “Wishbone”)
Wash all fresh ingredients thoroughly before cutting. Cut all ingredients into 1” chunks. Place prepared ingredients in large serving bowl. Sprinkle with feta cheese and olives. Toss dressing with all ingredients 30 minutes before serving.
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