Recipe: Greek Pasta Salad

Recipe: Greek Pasta Salad

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Sheela Fiorenzo
Jun 12, 2018

Take all the bright, vibrant flavors of a classic Greek salad — the juicy tomatoes, crunchy cucumbers, sharp red onion, briny Kalamata olives, and salty feta cheese — and toss it with al dente shells and you've got summer's new favorite pasta salad.

It's hard to beat the fresh, crisp goodness of this simple pasta salad. While it's easy to enjoy all year long, it tastes especially great during the hot and sticky days of summer. A fragrant oregano vinaigrette ties the colorful ingredients together to ensure it's as Greek-leaning as possible.

The result is a side dish that's fit for whatever the season brings, be it barbecues, potlucks, or picnics. Just don't forget to put some aside for lunch, since it packs up well for a light meal to enjoy at your desk.

Easy Greek Pasta Salad: Watch the Video

Chopped Pasta Salad — It's a Thing

What makes this pasta salad stand out in the crowd is how it's prepared. Pasta salads are often a total free-for-all, with veggies and cheese cut into all sorts of shapes and sizes and tossed with awkwardly shaped noodles. But this one takes inspiration from easy-to-eat chopped salads. The ingredients are all chopped to match the size of the small noodles, allowing you to scoop up everything in one go. You'll thank us when you're eating this off a wobbly paper plate in the backyard or the park.

Like all good pasta salads, this one improves if it sits for 20 minutes before serving (and gets even better overnight in the fridge). That allows all the bold flavors to mix, mellow, and meld, which ensures you have a dish that everyone is going to want seconds of.

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