Tomato Feta Salad

Total Time:
20 min
Prep:
20 min

Yield:
12 servings
Level:
Easy

Ingredients
  • 4 pints grape tomatoes, red or mixed colors
  • 1 1/2 cups small-diced red onion (2 onions)
  • 1/4 cup good white wine vinegar
  • 6 tablespoons good olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon kosher salt
  • 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil leaves
  • 1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley leaves
  • 1 1/2 pounds feta cheese
Directions

Cut the tomatoes in half and place them in a large bowl. Add the onion, vinegar, olive oil, salt, pepper, basil, and parsley and toss well. Dice the feta in 1/2 to 3/4-inch cubes, crumbling it as little as possible. Gently fold it into the salad and serve at room temperature.


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    Very easy and good, refreshing salad! I would half the onion amount next time though :
    Had family come in from out of town and made a number of "side" dishes to cover everyones pallet. I found that this dish was the star. I even made a second batch and there weren't any leftovers.
    I loved it what a great recipe ,and so simple
    Another quick, super-simple, delicious recipe. 
    I've been making this one for years and I follow it with no changes. 
    Soooooo good.
    Summertime must have! Incredibly easy to prepare and transport. 4 pints makes a lot, but is so worth it for a crowd. I made it the night before and added feta just before serving. Delicious
    Very tasty! The only change I made was a little less basil (because I just didn't have quite 1/4 cup and I only used one onion becuase I thought two might make it a little overpowering. I would recommend adding one and then mixing it up to see if you need the second, because I definately feel like I didn't miss the second onion. I'm making it for a dinner party tomorrow night and I mixed everything together tonight except for the feta which I'll add tomorrow night. I hope it's still good tomorrow night and I have a feeling it will be since it'll have time for the flavors to marinate. Another great Ina recipe!
    This salad is GREAT! My sister made it for a Mother's Day BBQ & it was wonderful! I put the leftovers over some baby spinach for a great lunch & enjoy the next day as well. Fabulous! I had to come get the recipe, will be a summer staple. I can't wait to make this with fresh tomatoes & herbs from the garden.
    This was a wonderful salad.....if you decide to make this please, please, please use only fresh parsley and basil, dried herbs will not cut it in this recipe! Perfect summer salad!
    This recipe is totally yummy. I left off the onion, because I don't like raw onion. I also cut the salt in half. Feta is super salty, so I was afraid it would be too salty. It was fantastic!
    This recipe is AMAZING! I used red and yellow grape tomatoes and did NOT add the parsley. It is a pretty salad that smells unbelievable. BUT the taste is the best!!! BIG hit at a party we had. Everybody asked for the recipe!!!
    Very yummy and simple. Perfect combination. It seems that Ina always has the most fragrant and fresh creations.
     

     
    Beautiful dish. I used red and yellow grape tomatoes and added more basil and parsley just because I love the flavors.
     
    This is a tasty salad! I had to substitute the white wine vinegar with red wine but it still worked well! Simple and easy to make!
    This is a staple in my home in the summer...easy, tasty, and terrificly simple.
     
    Very delicious and easy to make! This salad is a keeper!
    This was fresh, bright, and refreshing...and best of all easy to make. Loved this salad.
    Easy to make and delicious to eat! Was great for lunch the next day too, just added fresh feta to top it off.
    So fresh and flavorful! Followed the recipe exactly. My "go to" dish when I need to bring something to a potluck. Everyone always asks for the recipe and they cant believe how simple it is to prepare!
    Positively delicious! Prepare exactly like the recipe! Thanks Ina.
    The recipe looks good...except for all of the added salt. Between the feta cheese and salt, there is over 1200mg of sodium per serving. Marinated tomatoes do not need that much salt for flavor. Try adding some garlic and green onions.
    This is the most amazing salad! Took it to a family large gathering and this salad was the only one that did not have leftovers. I did mix it up a little and used red and yellow cherry tomatoes for additional color. This is my new "go-to" salad recipe. I highly recommend trying this. You will not be disappointed!
    This is an absolutely perfect summer recipe. In Ina's book, the quantities for this recipe are halved and I think it is the perfect amount. Highly recommend!
    Absolutely delicious and easy to make. Make for a big group or half the recipe.
    Very tasty!!! I made it for Father's Day everyone loved it! I had some hearty eaters too!!
     
    I did double the recipe and added alittle more dressing, but next time I'd even add alittle more. Even good the next day!
    Very tasty. I didn't have any feta on hand, so used fresh mozzarella (cubed).
    Excellent recipe! Very simple so you can taste all of the flavors - the tomatoes, herbs & feta. My kids love this salad, too.
    I really love this salad, it's so refreshing and something different. I will make it again but will try different cheeses.
    I really liked it! I do have the luxury of being able to use fresh herbs from my garden this time of year! It is a fresh tasting salad that is absolutly delicious. I picked up reduced fat feta cheese by mistake and it was still good! Thanks again, Ina! You are the bomb! (cant wait for my crop of tomatoes to come in! )
    Absolutely the best tomato salad! It has a refreshing and delicious flavor. Made it for a "picnic" party and everyone loved it.
    So quick, fresh, and delicious! The vinegar really ties it together. YUMMY!
    This was just delicious. It was very easy to prepare if you know Rachel Raye's trick of cutting grape tomatoes. (Using the lid of a yogurt or other similar lid, lay the tomatoes on the lid, cover with another lid the same size, apply light pressure while cutting horizontally with a serrated knife.) I loved the basil and parsley.
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