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Græsk Inspireret Pasta Salat

Greek Inspired Pasta Salad

Everyone knows and loves Greek salad, but as a meal alone it is often not quite enough. That's why you can make this Greek-inspired pasta salad, so you get a slightly more filling, complete dish. It can either stand alone as a delicious lunch or packed lunch, but of course you can also still use it as a side dish for, for example, grilled food, fried chicken breast or our delicious Greek-inspired meatballs!

The recipe is based on the classic Greek salad, but with pasta and extra dressing added. You can choose to use whole grain pasta for an even healthier and filling dish!

The recipe naturally uses delicious kalamata olives, tasty feta, fresh tomatoes, red onions and plenty of good quality olive oil! This is an easy dish to put together in less than half an hour, which is suitable for both everyday and parties. Kali orexi from Elena's!

The recipe serves 4-6 people.


Course of action:

  1. Start by putting a pan over with plenty of water and a good amount of salt, and cook the pasta according to the instructions on the package. While the pasta is cooking, you can prepare the rest of the ingredients.

  2. Rinse all the vegetables and cut them into bite-sized pieces. It is best if the vegetable pieces are roughly the same size.

  3. In a small bowl, mix the olive oil, Cretan life salad mix and balsamic vinegar or vinegar well together so that it is ready to pour over the salad.

  4. When the pasta is cooked, rinse it under cold running water and then mix it with the vegetables. Then crumble plenty of the delicious feta over the dish. It should preferably be slightly crumbled so that it mixes with the dressing and everyone gets feta in every bite!

  5. Finally, the wonderful dressing is poured over the dish, everything is mixed well and you now have the most delicious, fresh-tasting pasta salad with crispy cucumbers, sun-ripened tomatoes and the well-known taste of the Mediterranean! Bon appetite!

The warmest greetings, Maria from

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