Monday, December 12, 2011

Tom+Cuc+Onion Salad

This salad is simple and very flavorful. It goes great with just about any entree you are serving. I get sick of eating a garden salad every night so this is a good alternative.
Ingredients
30 Grape Tomatoes, cut into quarters or 15 Cherry Tomatoes, quartered
1 Small Cucumber, peeled and chopped into bite size pieces
1/2 Small Red Onion, chopped
1 Celery Stalk, chopped into 1/4" pieces (OPTIONAL)-Keep in mind you will have to buy the entire bundle of celery but usually it is only a $1 or $2
Feta Cheese for garnish (OPTIONAL)
1/3 Bunch of Cilantro, chopped
Fresh Ground Pepper
3-4 Tbsp of Hendrickson's Fat Free Dresssing, Original Flavor (marinade)
Directions
Wash and dry thoroughly the tomatoes, cucumber, celery stalk and cilantro.
Peel your cucumber. It is okay to leave a little skin on as it will give it an extra crunch.
Chop all of your ingredients.
Combine all of the ingredients including the marinade together in a large bowl. Start by adding 3 Tbsp of marinade and add more if needed. Season with salt and pepper to taste. You should make this at least one hour before serving so all the flavors can meld together.
GARNISH WITH FETA CHEESE (BEST PART) FOR WONDERFUL FLAVOR!

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