If you’ve had Whole Food’s Greek Orzo Salad, the most delicious and light salad with spinach and feta, you know how addicting it is. I love it. However, for a whole family, and how much we love to eat, it gets pricey. Plus, I can’t buy everything I need at that store and sometimes can’t make it in. So obviously, I was on the hunt for the recipe. There are tons out there, but trust me when I say that none of them made the cut. They were all slightly off- UNTIL NOW! I cracked it! I figured it out, and it’s actually easy too! Plus, it’s cheaper to make at home.
Some Quick Notes
I have a few quick notes to make this a smooth cook because I’m all for easy. You’ll need your strainer, some spoons to stir, a pot and a saucepan. No biggie. Make sure to rinse the orzo immediately in cold water, and stir the olive oil right in. Otherwise, the orzo will clump. I left our the sundried tomatoes and bell peppers, they didn’t add much to the flavor and helped cut cost so why not. You can add them in if you’d like, but again, not much flavor gained there.
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