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My sister thinks this recipe is too simple to post on my blog. Well, it is simple; I won’t disagree. But sometimes the simple, quick fix recipes are those we need when time is scarce. I really think the addition of thyme was key in getting the flavor. I roughly measured the ingredients, so use your judgment and taste as you add the dressing components. The feta cheese I found was creamier than usual, but it wounded up working really well. If you don’t have feta, try goat cheese.
- 5 medium tomatoes–choose them hard
- 4 ounces feta cheese
- 1/2 cup pitted and halved black olives
- lemon juice
- olive oil
- crushed dry thyme leaves
Cut the tomatoes and feta cheese into bite-size pieces. Add the olives, lemon juice, olive oil and thyme leaves and stir. Ta-da. If you don’t have thyme, try oregano or fresh basil.