Greek Cucumber Avocado Salad is simple to put together and has a fresh, bold flavor!
Greek Cucumber Avocado Salad is such a fresh, tasty lunch or side to take to a potluck. It is already low carb and gluten free. It is also very flexible so it can easily be made dairy free, paleo or vegan. If you don’t like something, just leave it out. Replace it with something else if you want. If you want a similar salad with lettuce and chicken to make a meal out of it (not that I haven’t made a meal out of this), check out my Mediterranean Garden Salad.
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This recipe was adapted from The Garden Grazer.
1 cup chopped cucumber (1 small cucumber)
1 cup chopped avocado (1 avocado)
¼-1/2 cup chopped onion, to taste
1 cup cherry tomatoes, cut in half or quarters
½ cup black olives, halved
¼-1/2 cup Feta cheese, to taste
1/8 cup olive oil
2 Tbsp red wine vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
Chop cucumber, avocado, onion, tomatoes and olives and put in bowl. I also take out most of the cucumber seeds.
Add feta cheese and combine gently.
Combine olive oil, red wine vinegar and salt and pepper and pour over the ingredients in the bowl.
Combine gently again.
Serve immediately or refrigerate to let the flavors combine.
Stir before serving.
**Really, everything is “to taste” in this recipe. Do it as you like it. Leave something out or replace it with pepperoni, red peppers, garbanzo beans, black beans, diced cheddar cheese. If you add a lot more ingredients, just add more oil and vinegar.
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