A nice and fresh tomatoes salad for the summer with the taste of sumac, olives, cucumber and shallots.
A tasty variation to the classic Greek salad, that is great as side dish or even on its own for a light lunch. Sumac is a Middle eastern spice, which is fresh, zesty and mildly spicy. It can liven up many simple dishes like couscous, stews, soups and in this case salads.
This salad bring a great amounts of vitamins, minerals and phyto-nutrients, which are nature’s own medicine. Rich in potassium, is perfect to re-hydrate for those summer days after the beach.
A great simple, but tasty, healthy Mediterranean recipe for busy people.
Sumac Greek salad
A tasty variation on the classic Greek salad, perfect for a Summer meal after the beach.
- 2-3 medium tomatoes
- 2/3 cucumber
- 6 black olives (pitted)
- 1 shallot
- a generous pinch of sumac
- a sprinkle of extra-virgin olive oil
- a dash of sea salt
- few drops of fresh lemon juice
- Step 1 Place all the washed and cut vegetables in salad bowl, finely sliced the shallots, add the seasoning, olive oil, salt to taste, stir and serve!