Broccoli Salad with Creamy Feta Dressing

September/October 2007

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Finely chopped raw broccoli is tender and mild--here it's tossed with a creamy dressing, meaty chickpeas and sweet bell pepper.

"This turned out pretty well. I followed the recipe as written, but between the yogurt and the lemon, it's a little too citrus-y. I added about a tbs of golden raisins to the bowl I just ate and the little bursts of sweetness helped to...
Broccoli Salad with Creamy Feta Dressing

13 Reviews for Broccoli Salad with Creamy Feta Dressing

Loved it

I loved this, I added an additional 1/4 cup of yogurt, another 1/3 cup feta & doubled the beans (I used white kidney beans because I eat a lot of garbonzo beans) to add more protein. I wrapped it up in a tortilla with avocado & spinach. Turned out great!

Is meatless
on the bland side

I used garlic seasoned feta but it still didn't give it much flavor. I had used greek yogurt but ended up adding some light mayo for more flavor and to better coat the veggies. Also sprinkled with some sugar, added more lemon juice and bacon pieces.

has a lot of veggies
Dull but not completely boring

I'm not hard to please but I thought this was pretty blah overall. I followed the recipe exactly. There are no spices listed so I guess that show speake for it self.

Good for you

Tasted very good. I also added some cooked noodles and it tasted great with the dressing. Next time I think I will add some grilled chicken!

Easy and Tasty

Nice tasting, though next time I would whirr the dressing components in my food processor with a little skim milk to allow it to coat the veggies easier. Best if left to sit a while before eating, to allow the favors to blend and mellow.

Fast,easy,no cook
Comments (1)


Anonymous wrote 3 years 19 weeks ago

It's not even remotely the

It's not even remotely the same salad with the changes you made.

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