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Greek Keto Salad Recipe

The Greek salad is very keto-friendly – it’s full of low-carb vegetables and the extra-virgin olive oil has a great nutritional value. In addition to that, it’s extremely easy to make, only takes around 10 minutes and can be an excellent lunch or dinner during the summer months. Apart from being so colourful and fresh, it’s also quite filling.

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Greek Keto Salad
Greek Keto Salad
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Course Side Dish
Cuisine Ketogenic, Low Carb
Servings
Ingredients
For Salad
  • 4 medium tomatoes chopped
  • ½ cucumber diced
  • 140 g feta cheese crumbled
  • ½ medium red onion sliced
  • 1 small green bell pepper diced
  • 12 olives
For Dressing
Course Side Dish
Cuisine Ketogenic, Low Carb
Servings
Ingredients
For Salad
  • 4 medium tomatoes chopped
  • ½ cucumber diced
  • 140 g feta cheese crumbled
  • ½ medium red onion sliced
  • 1 small green bell pepper diced
  • 12 olives
For Dressing
Greek Keto Salad
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Instructions
  1. Cut the tomatoes, cucumber, onion, feta, bell pepper.
    Salad Ingredients
  2. Put them in a salad bowl together with the olives.
    Adding ingredient
  3. Mix everything together and add the salt and the oregano.
    mixing olive oil
  4. Whisk together the olive oil, vinegar and the minced garlic clove in a separate cup. Enjoy it with someone you love!
    Greek Keto Salad
Recipe Notes

Macros (per serving):

Calories: 266 kcal – Fat: 22.89 g – Net carbs: 8.09 g (total carbs: 10.79 g, fiber: 2.7 g) – Protein: 6.76 g

If you don’t like garlic (or are worried about having a garlic breath), you can easily skip it. The onion is rather essential for the taste of this wonderful salad, though. The extra virgin olive oil can be substituted with refined olive oil, but keep in mind that it will be slightly less savory, so we highly recommend using extra virgin whenever possible.

If you like capers, you can add a spoonful to the salad, they are very low-carb (100 g of capers contain only 1.7 net carbs, or 0.1 g of net carbs per drained tablespoon). The Greek salad is best served and eaten fresh, but you can prepare it up to an hour or two before serving, by letting it sit at room temperature.

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