This Greek pasta salad with homemade Greek dressing is loaded with tomatoes, cucumbers, feta cheese, and olives. It’s perfect for all your spring and summer gatherings!
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My family is already obsessed with my Italian pasta salad, so, when I decided to make a Greek pasta salad, I knew they would love it as well.
Plus, this recipe couldn’t get any easier, and you know how I feel about easy recipes. Simply boil, dice, blend, and chill. BAM, done.
Here are all the tools I recommend using to make this recipe even easier.
Greek Pasta Salad Tools:
- Deep Colander – Having a deep colander allows you to properly shake out the excess water after draining and rinsing your pasta
- Mandoline Slicer – This handy tool is great for so many recipes! I love using it to slice my cucumbers since I’m not that great at getting them uniform
- Salad Dressing Shaker – Best tool ever for homemade Greek dressing, or any dressing! Just toss in all your ingredients and give a good shake.
Cooking the pasta takes longer than anything else in this recipe. Make sure you set your pot of water to boil first thing.
Next, you’re going to want to take advantage of the 500 million minutes it takes for the water to boil and the 7 minutes for the pasta to cook.
Tip – Give Your Greek Pasta Salad A Quick Stir Before Serving
This is the perfect time to dice up all your veggies.
Now, after you get those veggies diced and olives drained, get started on the dressing.
When I say you need a shaker bottle for this, listen up. No one, and I mean no one, wants to whisk oil in a bowl.
Especially if you’re prone to getting food all over yourself like I am. I don’t need the help of a whisk, thank you very much.
Do yourself a favor and use a salad dressing shaker bottle. Just make sure the lid in on tight.
Greek Pasta Salad Recipe