Ingredients for the preparation of Greek salad on skewers
- Feta Cheese 220 grams
- Cucumbers long 4 pieces
- Cherry Tomatoes 32 pieces
- Large olives 16 pieces
- Olive oil 1 tablespoon
- Wine Red Vinegar 1 teaspoon
- Oregano 1/2 teaspoon
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- Ground black pepper to taste
- Lemon 1/2 pieces (juice only)
- Main ingredients: Cucumber, Tomato, Olives, Cheese
- Serving 4 servings
Kitchen knife, bowl, tablespoon, whisk, cutting board, wooden skewers - 32 pieces, a plate.
Cooking Greek salad on skewers:
Step 1: preparing a gas station.
Squeeze half a lemon into a bowl, remove seeds from the juice.
Add oregano, salt, ground pepper, oil, and red wine vinegar to lemon juice.
Beat everything thoroughly to get a homogeneous emulsion. You can mix it with a fork, whisk or place everything in a small, lockable container and shake everything properly several times.
Step 2: cut the cheese.
Place the cheese block on the cutting board and cut it lengthwise into two equal parts with a sharp knife.
Turn the cheese over and divide it across into four parts.
And then turn the knife and cut the cheese into four more pieces. You will get 32 almost identical cube sizes.
Step 3: prepare the tomatoes.
Rinse the cherry tomatoes thoroughly with hot water, and then dry them with a paper towel.
Step 4: cut the cucumbers.
Wash the cucumbers and towel them the same way as the tomatoes. Then trim the ends of the vegetables.
Cut each cucumber across in half, then each half into two parts, and the resulting quarters into two more. Thus, you have each cucumber will be cut into 8 equal parts, and the total pieces will be exactly 32 pieces.
Step 5: cut the olives.
Rinse the olives and cut each in half, removing the seeds, if any.
Step 6: string on skewers.
Now take the wooden skewers and gently chop all the ingredients on them one by one. First, a tomato, piercing it right in the place where the tail used to be.
Then a circle of cucumber.
And a feta cheese cube at the very end.
Step 7: water the dressing.
When everything is ready, put your snack on a serving plate and use a tablespoon directly on top to pour it with the dressing prepared in the first step.
Step 8: serve Greek salad on skewers.
Greek salad can be served as an aperitif to increase guests' appetite, or as an appetizer for drinks or main dishes. The pieces of vegetables and cheese strung on skewers look very tempting, but the taste is even better.
Enjoy your meal!
- Ready snacks can be stored in the refrigerator for 3-4 hours.