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Herby Cucumber Salad with Whipped Feta

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Creamy, sea salted and mildly tangy Feta Lesbos (made exclusively from the milk of Lesbian breed sheep in the isle of Lesbos) and Greek yoghurt are whipped into a dip and top with a refreshing herby cucumber salad that goes well with every meal. It's naturally gluten-free and keto-friendly. Serve it with some crispy pita chips or crackers if you wish.

  • 300 g Organic Lebanese cucumber, diced
  • 2 Spring onions, thinly sliced
  • 2 tbsp Flat parsley, chopped
  • 2 tbsp Dill, chopped
  • 2 tbsp Extra-virgin olive oil
  • 2 tbsp Fresh lemon juice
  • Salt and freshly milled black pepper
  • 250 g Feta Lesbos
  • 150 g Full fat Greek yoghurt
  1. Combine the diced cucumber, sliced spring onions, parsley, dill, olive oil and lemon juice in a large salad bowl. Toss to combine. Season with salt and black pepper to taste. Let marinate for 30 minutes.
  2. Place the feta cheese and Greek yoghurt to a food processor. Process until smooth. Taste and season.
  3. Spoon the feta dip on a serving plate, top with cucumber salad. Serve with some crackers if desired.

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Tom 14/3/24 13:17

...this is a refreshing salad!

Lola Martínez 14/3/24 15:16

Aquí tiene más importancia la vinagreta que los ingredientes de la ensalada, pero eso tampoco es malo, da un sabor buenísimo a la verdura y también rebañaría un trocito de pan.

eileeninmd 14/3/24 17:20

Sounds delicious, thanks for sharing! Take care, enjoy your day!

Pam 14/3/24 17:30

Fresh, flavorful, and delicious.

JoAnna 14/3/24 18:09

Yum, yummy. I've been to Greece and Lesvos Island, I like Greek food.

DEZMOND 14/3/24 20:23

Sounds frisch und lecker, love all the greens, would never, though, eat anything from sheep and goats LOL
PS did you ad something to your blog, because in last few weeks it is very slow to open.

Grace 14/3/24 22:02

I want to eat something typical Greek while watching the sunset in Santorini.:-)

roentare 14/3/24 22:42

This is looking so organic and refreshing

LoveT. 14/3/24 22:59

Looks really good. Thanks for the idea, i love it!

Cooking Julia 14/3/24 23:45

I'm in love with this refreshing salad!!

Citu 15/3/24 00:01

Gracias por la receta. Parece una ensalada fresca y rica. Te mando un beso.

Brian's Home Blog 15/3/24 00:42

Cucumbers are so good and that looks fabulous!

DeniseinVA 15/3/24 01:15

Delicious and nutritious, thank you Angie :)

Veronica Lee 15/3/24 02:10

Refreshing and delish! 😋
Happy Friday, Angie!

Margaret D 15/3/24 06:59

Looks delicious and I bet it tastes that way too Angie.

David M. Gascoigne, 15/3/24 12:02

Never having whipped anything in my life, neither man nor beast, maybe it’s time to launch my whipping career with Feta cheese!

Frank | Memorie di Angelina 15/3/24 13:37

Wow, this looks so healthy and delicious.

Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 15/3/24 14:48

This sounds right up my alley and I love cucumbers will be making this soon

Anonymous 15/3/24 19:11

No way to find the special cheeses and yogurt but I'll give it a try with what is available here. Karen (Back Road Journal)

savorthebest 15/3/24 21:38

I love all the herbs, this is a fantastic recipe.

Lowcarb team member 15/3/24 22:43

I'm sure this is lovely.
Many thanks for the recipe.

All the best Jan

Mbul Kecil 16/3/24 03:18

green dish with delicious sauce....
simple but yummy

Maria Grazia Ferrarazzo Maineri 16/3/24 12:07

I love your tasty salads, Angie and all your precious recipes!

sherry 17/3/24 22:44

I love cucumbers and have been pickling them regularly. This sounds like a refreshing dish Angie!

[Reply] 18/3/24 13:43

This sounds amazing, perfect for warmer temps!

tigerfish 20/3/24 01:59

I like the idea of whipped feta - what a great idea to have feta and Greek yogurt 'whipped" in a food processor. Love those additions of fresh green herbs, cucumber and spring onions too.

The Velvet Runway 20/3/24 13:20

This look delicious and refreshing. I love the idea of whipped feta.
Julia x

Anonymous 30/3/24 22:30

Another beautiful and fresh salad! Thanks for this recipe, as it will be perfect with kebabs. David (C&L)


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