About Food – Georgian Salad

Georgia is blessed with wonderful fresh vegetables, ideal for making delicious, refreshing salads. This recipe uses Georgian Imeretian cheese but a substitute could be mozzarella cheese.

Georgian Salad Ready for Serving

Ingredients: Tomatoes, fresh parsley, fresh purple basil, green peppers, onion, 1.5 tbs white wine vinegar, 1 tbs vegetable oil and Imeretian cheese.

Ingredients for Georgian Salad

Preparation. Chop the tomatoes and add to a mixing bowl. Pour in the white wine vinegar, oil and salt (according to taste but not too much if you are using Imeretian cheese as the cheese is quite salty. Mix with a wooden spoon.

Tomatoes for Georgian Salad

Chop the peppers and onion and add to the bowl.

Adding Ingredients for Georgian Salad

Chop the fresh parsley and fresh purple basil and add to the bowl.

Parsley and Purple Basil

Crumble the cheese and add to the bowl.

Imeretian Cheese in Georgian Salad - Copy

Carefully mix the ingredients and serve.

Georgian Salad

Enjoy your salad! Click here for more Georgian Salad recipes.

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5 Responses to “About Food – Georgian Salad”
  1. Looks wonderful. I have been planning a trip to Russian grocery store here in Stuttgart to look for this cheese to try some of your recipes using it. If don’t find it, I’ll try the mozzarella.

  2. rumpydog says:

    That sounds delicious!

  3. Yum, that looks so good!

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