Greek Feta Saganaki Caprese Salad Recipe – easy and incredibly delicious! Made of tomatoes, fried Greek feta saganaki cheese with pesto sauce and Balsamico.
Hey! I have something brand new for you today! I was experimenting with Caprese lately, and see what I made: Greek feta saganaki Caprese salad. I was really stunned when I found out that I’m the first one to ever make it, as Google has no results on Greek feta saganaki Caprese salad recipe! Not any more! The thing is, it’s so simple and yet so delicious. How come no one has ever thought of it but me? If you like tomatoes and cheese, this recipe is for you. I’m sure it will be tasty with any other kind of tomatoes, but heirloom tomatoes will fit the best. It’s tomato season right now in Germany and in many other countries, so it shouldn’t be a problem to find. In Bulgaria, for instance, where I was last week on holidays, tomatoes are just incredibly big and meaty. Well, they are called beefsteak tomatoes for a reason. Looks yummy, doesn’t it? Saganaki is a Greek variety of dishes made in a small frying pan, so saganaki feta is basically a fried feta cheese. For this recipe I would recommend hard Greek feta cheese, as it will not fall apart and melt while frying. You want it to keep its shape. I made Greek feta saganaki a couple of times already, and I can tell you that it’s a really great appetizer for parties, as it disappears within minutes. I only made it from Greek feta cheese, but I can’t wait to make it from Kefalotyri cheese, too. Check this amazingly simple recipe from My Little Expat Kitchen. Let’s get started with my brand new Greek feta saganaki Caprese salad. The recipe follows:
How to Make Greek Feta Saganaki Caprese Salad
Have you tried any other versions of Caprese salad than the classic mozzarella-tomato combo? I would love to hear about your experience!