Hi from Greece! The recipe is nothing special, just the famous Greek salad that visitors eat in Greek restaurants, made in the traditional way. *I wish I knew who invented the recipe, but to me it is impossible —Christiez
green bell peppers
big, fleshy olives
medium-sized onion (add more if you like it stronger)
Cut the tomatoes, onions and peppers in half and slice them.
Peel the cuccumber and slice it. If you are lazy, it's OK to leave the cuccumber unpeeled.
Add the salt
Always at the top: add the olives, then the feta slices, next the olive oil and last the oregano.
To eat it like a Greek, buy a loaf of bread (preferably white), grab large bites (directly from the loaf), soak them well into the oil (which, meanwhile will have been mixed with the liquids of the other ingredients) and eat them. We call this process "papara" and this turns the traditional Greek salad from a side-dish to a -very filling- meal alone.