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As a nation of food lovers in the UK, a good salad no doubt features on many a household's meal rotations. Whether as a side dish or the main event, it's the perfect quick, healthy and versatile lunch or dinner, especially if you're looking to get more greens into your diet or trying to lose a bit of weight. But what's a great salad without an equally fantastic salad dressing.


The best recipes will enhance the flavours of your salad whilst still keeping them crisp, fresh and nutritious, but with hundreds of varieties, knowing which to choose can be a tricky task. Our guide is here to save you time and money by teaching you how to pick a bottle that will complement everything type of salad. Read until the end to discover our top 10 salad dressings from Amazon, Tesco and Asda. 

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Emily Hyland
  • Last updated: 24-02-2022
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Compare the Best Salad Dressings

For those after a quick look, here is our Top 5:


  1. Newman's Own Italian Dressing for £1.60
  2. Brianna's Dijon Honey Mustard Dressing for £3.50
  3. Lucy's Dressings Lime & Chilli Asian £3.50
  4. Farrington's Mellow Yellow Classic Vinaigrette £2.50
  5. Dr Will's Vegan Caesar Dressing for £2.30    

For a more in-depth look at the comprehensive top 10 selection, make sure to read on to learn more about the different types of pillows available and understand how our ranking was determined.

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Newman's Own Italian Dressing 1

Newman's Own

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Brianna's  Dijon Honey Mustard Dressing  1

Brianna's

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Lucy's Dressings Lime & Chilli Asian Dressing 1

Lucy's Dressings

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Farrington's  Mellow Yellow Classic Vinaigrette  1

Farrington's

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Dr. Will's Vegan Caesar Dressing 1

Dr. Will's

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Hellmann's Honey and Mustard Salad Dressing 1

Hellmann's

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Olive Branch Orange Balsamic Dressing 1

Olive Branch

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Kewpie Deep Roasted Sesame Dressing 1

Kewpie

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The Bay Tree Pomegranate Dressing 1

The Bay Tree

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Heinz Salad Dressing Spray Balsamic Garlic 1

Heinz

Name

Italian Dressing

Dijon Honey Mustard Dressing

Lime & Chilli Asian Dressing

Mellow Yellow Classic Vinaigrette

Vegan Caesar Dressing

Honey and Mustard Salad Dressing

Orange Balsamic Dressing

Deep Roasted Sesame Dressing

Pomegranate Dressing

Salad Dressing Spray Balsamic Garlic

Features

A Delicious Italian Vinaigrette Dressing for Daily Use

Spicy Mustard and Sweet Honey Dressing to Eat With Avocado

Asian-Inspired Lime and Chilli Dressing for Stir-Fries and Salads

Rapeseed Oil Based Vinaigrette With Vitamin E and Omega 3s

A Plant-Based Alternative to a Classic Caesar Dressing

Combination of Honey and Mustard That’s Ideal for BBQ

Add Zest to Hot and Cold Salads With This Spiced Orange Dressing

A Mild Creamy Dressing Packed With Hearty, Nutty Flavours

A Fruity Pomegranate Dressing for Savoury and Sweet Dishes

Salad Dressing Spray That’s Only 12 Calories per Serving

Price£1.60£3.75£4.50£3.15£2.30£1.65£4.00£5.25£5.75£2.15
Dressing StyleVinaigretteCreamyAsian-inspiredVinaigretteCreamySweet, fieryExtra Virgin Olive Oil (35%), Oranges (32%), Concentrated Grape Must from White Grapes, White Vinegar from Grapes Asian-inspired, creamyFruitBalsamic, vinaigrette
IngredientsWater, Rapeseed Oil, Olive Oil (17%), Red Wine Vinegar (11%), White Wine Vinegar, Concentrated Lemon Juice, Extra Virgin Olive Oil (2%), Salt, Cracked Black Pepper, Dried Onion, Brown Mustard Seeds, Spirit Vinegar, Garlic Puree (0.5%), Celery Seeds, Stabiliser: Xanthan Gum, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid, Ground TurmericCanola oil, water, Dijon mustard 14% (vinegar, mustard seed, water, salt, white wine, citric acid, tartaric acid, spices), honey 13%, sugar, spirit vinegar, cider vinegar, white onion powder, salt, stabiliser: modified tapioca starch, colour: turmeric, mustard flour, natural flavour, stabiliser: xanthan gum, antioxidant: mixed tocopherols (natural vitamin E), citric acidRice Wine Vinegar, Lime Juice, Sunflower Oil, Sugar, Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil, Rapeseed Oil, SOY Sauce (Water, SOYBEANS, WHEAT, Salt) (SOYA, WHEAT Gluten), FISH Sauce (FISH, Salt, Sugar), Ginger Puree (Rehydrated Ginger, Citric Acid), Garlic Puree (Rehydrated Garlic, Citric Acid), Chilli Powder (0.4%), Thickeners: Guar & Xanthan Gum.Mellow Yellow® Rapeseed Oil 68%?, White Wine Vinegar 19%, Dijon Mustard (Water, Mustard Flour, Spirit Vinegar, Sea Salt, Mustard Husk, Spices), Unrefined Sugar, Sea Salt, Garlic, Herbs, Black Pepper, ?Leaf certified ingredient For allergens, see ingredients in bold.Water, Rapeseed Oil, Apple Vinegar, Cheese Flavouring, Cornflour, Onion, Lemon Juice, Nutritional Yeast, Salt, Garlic, Date Paste, Mustard Powder, White Pepper, Black Pepper, OreganoWater, rapeseed oil, cider vinegar (cider vinegar, apple must concentrate), whole grain mustard (10%) (water, MUSTARD seeds, spirit vinegar, salt, turmeric), honey (8%), corn starch, free range EGG yolk, salt, thickener (guar gum), natural MUSTARD flavouring. May contain sesame Water, rapeseed oil, cider vinegar (cider vinegar, apple must concentrate), whole grain mustard (10%) (water, MUSTARD seeds, spirit vinegar, salt, turmeric), honey (8%), corn starch, free range EGG yolk, salt, thickener (guar gum), natural MUSTARD flavouring. May contain sesameFruitVegetable oil (rapeseed; SOYBEAN), vinegar, water, SOY SAUCE, sugar, SESAME, spice extract (SESAME; MUSTARD), shiitake mushroom extract (shiitake mushroom; corn syrup; salt), salt, yeast extract, EGG YOLK, sodium acetate E262, Xanthan gum E415.Rapeseed Oil, Pomegranate Juice Concentrate (13.6%), Raspberry Flavoured Vinegar (red wine vinegar, raspberry flavouring, sulphur dioxide) (sulphites), Honey, Garlic, Salt, Black Pepper.Water, Balsamic Vinegar of Modena (28%, Wine Vinegar, Cooked Grape Must, Sulphites), Rapeseed Oil, Malt Barley Extract, Salt, Sugar, Free Range Egg Yolk, Stabiliser- Xanthan Gum, Acidity Regulator- Sodium Acetate, Spirit Vinegar, Mustard Seeds, Natural Garlic Flavouring, Natural Onion Flavouring, Sweetener- Steviol Glycosides
Best ForVenetian cuisineChicken, avocadoAsian saladsSalad NiçoiseTropical saladsBBQRoasted vegetablesAsian saladsGreek-inspired saladsItalian
Serving Size30ml30ml15ml15g15g15ml15ml30ml15ml15ml
Calories Per Serving110kcal150kcal50kcal92kcal29kcal38kcal76kcal 140kcal91kcal12kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)38.3g (4.8g)46.7g (3.3g)30.7g (2.9g)66.1g (4.4g)16.6g (1.1g)22g 32g41.2g (2.76g)55.3g (3.7g)4.3g (0.4g)
Sugar Per 100 ml1.2g23.3g1.3g10.7g3.9g1.2g 9.1 g26.7g13.9g24.6g9.9g
Salt Per 100 ml1.9g1.4g1.3g1.2g1.5g1.4g0g3g1.54g1.2g
Volume250ml 355ml 250ml250ml250ml210ml250ml 150ml240ml200ml
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With Specialist Consultation From Nutritionist Emily Hyland

With Specialist Consultation From Nutritionist Emily Hyland

Emily is a registered integrative, naturopathic nutritionist and has a Master’s Degree in nutrition. Her work embraces the interplay between nutrition, bio-individuality and mindset, educating and empowering clients to make lasting changes wherever they are on their health journey. You can check out her work from her Instagram account and website.

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How to Choose a Salad Dressing in the UK

Key Points to Consider

  1. Choose a Style of Dressing to Compliment Your Salad 
  2. A Low-Calorie Dressing Is 50 Calories or Less per Serving
  3. A Salad Dressing With Healthy Fats, Helps You Stay Fuller for Longer
  4. Healthier Dressings Have No More Than 5g of Salt and 10g of Sugar per 100ml

1. Choose a Style of Dressing to Compliment Your Salad : A Simple Vinaigrette Is Ideal for Green Salad, While Balsamic Dressing Suits Mediterranean Cuisine

1. Choose a Style of Dressing to Compliment Your Salad : A Simple Vinaigrette Is Ideal for Green Salad, While Balsamic Dressing Suits Mediterranean Cuisine

A salad dressing by nature consists of an oil and vinegar base, usually with a combination of various other seasonings, herbs and flavourings. Different styles of salad dressing will compliment different ingredients and cuisines, so make sure to pick the right one to bring out the best in your salad.

Add a Light and Tangy Vinaigrette if You Like Green Salad With With Olives, Tomatoes and Avocado

A great go-to salad dressing for everyday use, vinaigrettes have a light, tart flavour that will perfectly complement a simple green salad, as well as those with olives, tomatoes and avocado. 


The base of a good vinaigrette typically consists of three parts oil to one part vinegar, with popular vinaigrettes such as French or Italian dressing combining other ingredients such as mustard, finely chopped herbs, garlic and black pepper. Depending on the flavours featured, each can be matched to your salad's style or cuisine accordingly. 

Emily Hyland
Nutritionist
Emily Hyland

Generally speaking, a simple vinaigrette will often be one of the healthiest choices available at the supermarket as it’s usually made with olive oil, which is extremely beneficial for overall health and heart health. Look out for other good-for-you ingredients such as mustard, garlic, and herbs, all packed with antioxidants to give an extra nutritional boost!

Pick a Creamy Dressing to Compliment Meat, Cheese and Iceberg Lettuce

Creamy dressings are a delicious option if you are looking for something a bit more indulgent. These often have a milder, less acidic taste than other types of dressing and go well with meat, blue cheese and crisp lettuce.


Some popular examples of creamy dressings that you've probably come across are Caesar, mayo-based dressings and honey mustard. These dressings have a thicker consistency and are also higher in fat, so we recommend adding them in moderation or as a treat. 


If you'd like to use a little yogurt in your creamy dressing, check out our list of Healthy Yogurts here. 

Emily Hyland
Nutritionist
Emily Hyland

Creamier dressings do tend to have more calories and can end up turning a healthy salad into a high-calorie meal, so be mindful of these types of dressings. When looking at the fat content, you want to make sure they contain mostly monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats instead of trans and saturated fats.

Try a Dressing With Fruit Extracts for a Sweet Addition to Your Salad

Fruity dressings commonly combine fruit extracts with a vinaigrette, creamy or balsamic vinegar base. These dressings have the most variation, so consider their flavour combinations when adding them to your salad ingredients of choice.


For example, a sweet, creamy dressing containing coconut could be balanced out by by acidic, spicy ingredients, whereas one containing orange will be more tart so cuts nicely through smoky foods. Generally, fruit dressings are sweeter than other types and have a higher sugar content.

Dressings Made With Balsamic Vinegar Are Great for Drizzling Over Tomato, Mozzarella and Basil

Balsamic dressings are a type of vinaigrette that use balsamic vinegar as their base. Balsamic vinegar is dark in colour and highly concentrated, made using grape must. Grape must is produced by crushing the whole grape, including the skin, seeds and stem, and is what gives this vinegar its unique flavour.


Balsamic dressings will enhance rather than smother the flavours of your salad, especially Mediterranean ingredients such as tomato, mozzarella and basil. It is also generally a lower-calorie option than creamy or sweet dressings. 

Asian-Inspired Dressings With Soy Sauce and Sesame Oil Are Delicious on Both Hot and Cold Salads

Asian-inspired dressings contain ingredients typically found in East Asian cuisines such as soy sauce, sesame oil or seeds, ginger and miso. They're a fantastic choice for those looking for different flavours than those found in a typical vinaigrette or cream dressing.


Delicious on both hot and cold salads, try these dressings as a marinade for tofu, chicken or fish. Take note that Asian-inspired dressings that contain soy sauce will often be a bit higher in salt content.


If you're entertaining, why not check out our list of Healthy Snacks here, to kick off the evening with friends and family.  

2. If You’re After a Low-Calorie Dressing, Opt For One That’s 50 Calories or Less per Serving

2. If You’re After a Low-Calorie Dressing, Opt For One That’s 50 Calories or Less per Serving

Whether or not you are watching your weight or are following a calorie controlled diet, it’s always good to keep an eye on the nutritional values of the food we consume. We often opt for salad as a light meal option, and if you aren’t careful, going overboard with dressing can more than double the calorie content!


If you do like to keep an eye on your intake, make sure to check the calories per serving when choosing a salad dressing, with a content of around 50 calories per serving being considered low. A standard serving size will usually be around 15ml (1 tbsp) or 30ml (2 tbsp).

Emily Hyland
Nutritionist
Emily Hyland

Keeping a check on your calorie intake can be helpful, and very often it is the salad dressings that can be the downfall of a well-intentioned salad. However, it’s also essential to make sure you’re also mindful of added preservatives and flavourings, which can often be overlooked.

3. Look For a Salad Dressing With Healthy Fats and Less Than 8 g of Saturated Fat per 100 ml, to Stay Fuller for Longer

3. Look For a Salad Dressing With Healthy Fats and Less Than 8 g of Saturated Fat per 100 ml, to Stay Fuller for Longer

These days, there are various fat-free and ‘light’ salad dressings on the market. However, having some fats in your diet is beneficial for good health. Not only do they help you absorb certain fat-soluble vitamins and nutrients, but they take longer to digest, helping you stay fuller for longer.


The healthy fats you are most likely to find in the lighter salad dressings usually come from plant oils. These can include canola, rapeseed, soybean, olive and sesame seed oil. The can be high in calories but that doesn't necessarily make them unhealthy. You just have to be aware to have them in moderation.


Be aware that too much fat in your diet, especially saturated fat, can raise cholesterol levels. Fat is also more energy-dense than proteins or carbohydrates, so try to stick to dressings with 8g or less of saturated fat per 100ml and use high-fat dressings sparingly. 

Emily Hyland
Nutritionist
Emily Hyland

The oil in salad dressings can put people off, and although fats are more calorie-dense with 9 calories per gram, don’t shy away from healthy fats. They are really important as they help the body absorb vitamins A, D, E and K, found in many go-to salad ingredients such as spinach and tomatoes.

4. For a Healthier Salad, Stick To Dressings With No More Than 5 g of Salt and 10 g of Sugar per 100 ml

4. For a Healthier Salad, Stick To Dressings With No More Than 5 g of Salt and 10 g of Sugar per 100 ml

A pinch of salt and a dash of sugar helps enhance the flavour of the food we eat, but when it comes to these ingredients it's far too easy to have too much of a good thing! Too much salt in the diet can contribute to high blood pressure and too much sugar plays havoc on our energy levels. 


When it comes to salt, the lower the better, so try to stick to dressings with less than 5g per 100ml. As for sugar, most dressings contain around 10-20g per 100ml, with anything above 20g being deemed high sugar. If you are looking for low sugar dressings, seek ones that contain less than 10g per 100ml.

Emily Hyland
Nutritionist
Emily Hyland

It's all about becoming a label detective and keeping your eyes peeled for sneaky added sugar, which is a common ingredient in many shop-bought salad dressings. Don't be caught out by fat-free and low-fat dressing as these will often contain higher amounts of added sugar than ordinary dressings. 


Also, remember that sugar might not always be labelled as sugar and instead might be listed as maltodextrin, dextrose, molasses, syrup the list goes on! Salad dressings can also be laden with salt, and excess sodium can contribute to high blood pressure, so aim to keep it low with less than 250mg of sodium.

Top 10 Best Salad Dressings in the UK

This ranking has been compiled by the writing team at mybest UK via careful evaluation of the points made in the buying guide and thorough research of each product and comparing multiple verified customer reviews across the EC sites used.

1

Newman's OwnItalian Dressing

£1.60

Dressing StyleVinaigrette
IngredientsWater, Rapeseed Oil, Olive Oil (17%), Red Wine Vinegar (11%), White Wine Vinegar, Concentrated Lemon Juice, Extra Virgin Olive Oil (2%), Salt, Cracked Black Pepper, Dried Onion, Brown Mustard Seeds, Spirit Vinegar, Garlic Puree (0.5%), Celery Seeds, Stabiliser: Xanthan Gum, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid, Ground Turmeric
Best ForVenetian cuisine
Serving Size30ml
Calories Per Serving110kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)38.3g (4.8g)
Sugar Per 100 ml1.2g
Salt Per 100 ml1.9g
Volume250ml
2

Brianna's Dijon Honey Mustard Dressing

£3.75

Dressing StyleCreamy
IngredientsCanola oil, water, Dijon mustard 14% (vinegar, mustard seed, water, salt, white wine, citric acid, tartaric acid, spices), honey 13%, sugar, spirit vinegar, cider vinegar, white onion powder, salt, stabiliser: modified tapioca starch, colour: turmeric, mustard flour, natural flavour, stabiliser: xanthan gum, antioxidant: mixed tocopherols (natural vitamin E), citric acid
Best ForChicken, avocado
Serving Size30ml
Calories Per Serving150kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)46.7g (3.3g)
Sugar Per 100 ml23.3g
Salt Per 100 ml1.4g
Volume 355ml
3

Lucy's DressingsLime & Chilli Asian Dressing

2 x pack

£4.50

Dressing StyleAsian-inspired
IngredientsRice Wine Vinegar, Lime Juice, Sunflower Oil, Sugar, Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil, Rapeseed Oil, SOY Sauce (Water, SOYBEANS, WHEAT, Salt) (SOYA, WHEAT Gluten), FISH Sauce (FISH, Salt, Sugar), Ginger Puree (Rehydrated Ginger, Citric Acid), Garlic Puree (Rehydrated Garlic, Citric Acid), Chilli Powder (0.4%), Thickeners: Guar & Xanthan Gum.
Best ForAsian salads
Serving Size15ml
Calories Per Serving50kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)30.7g (2.9g)
Sugar Per 100 ml1.3g10.7g
Salt Per 100 ml1.3g
Volume250ml
4

Farrington's Mellow Yellow Classic Vinaigrette

£3.15

Dressing StyleVinaigrette
IngredientsMellow Yellow® Rapeseed Oil 68%?, White Wine Vinegar 19%, Dijon Mustard (Water, Mustard Flour, Spirit Vinegar, Sea Salt, Mustard Husk, Spices), Unrefined Sugar, Sea Salt, Garlic, Herbs, Black Pepper, ?Leaf certified ingredient For allergens, see ingredients in bold.
Best ForSalad Niçoise
Serving Size15g
Calories Per Serving92kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)66.1g (4.4g)
Sugar Per 100 ml3.9g
Salt Per 100 ml1.2g
Volume250ml
5

Dr. Will'sVegan Caesar Dressing

£2.30

Dressing StyleCreamy
IngredientsWater, Rapeseed Oil, Apple Vinegar, Cheese Flavouring, Cornflour, Onion, Lemon Juice, Nutritional Yeast, Salt, Garlic, Date Paste, Mustard Powder, White Pepper, Black Pepper, Oregano
Best ForTropical salads
Serving Size15g
Calories Per Serving29kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)16.6g (1.1g)
Sugar Per 100 ml1.2g
Salt Per 100 ml1.5g
Volume250ml
6

Hellmann'sHoney and Mustard Salad Dressing

£1.65

Dressing StyleSweet, fiery
IngredientsWater, rapeseed oil, cider vinegar (cider vinegar, apple must concentrate), whole grain mustard (10%) (water, MUSTARD seeds, spirit vinegar, salt, turmeric), honey (8%), corn starch, free range EGG yolk, salt, thickener (guar gum), natural MUSTARD flavouring. May contain sesame Water, rapeseed oil, cider vinegar (cider vinegar, apple must concentrate), whole grain mustard (10%) (water, MUSTARD seeds, spirit vinegar, salt, turmeric), honey (8%), corn starch, free range EGG yolk, salt, thickener (guar gum), natural MUSTARD flavouring. May contain sesame
Best ForBBQ
Serving Size15ml
Calories Per Serving38kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)22g
Sugar Per 100 ml9.1 g
Salt Per 100 ml1.4g
Volume210ml
7

Olive BranchOrange Balsamic Dressing

£4.00

IngredientsExtra Virgin Olive Oil (35%), Oranges (32%), Concentrated Grape Must from White Grapes, White Vinegar from Grapes
Dressing StyleFruit
Best ForRoasted vegetables
Serving Size15ml
Calories Per Serving76kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)32g
Sugar Per 100 ml26.7g
Salt Per 100 ml0g
Volume250ml
8

KewpieDeep Roasted Sesame Dressing

£5.25

Dressing StyleAsian-inspired, creamy
IngredientsVegetable oil (rapeseed; SOYBEAN), vinegar, water, SOY SAUCE, sugar, SESAME, spice extract (SESAME; MUSTARD), shiitake mushroom extract (shiitake mushroom; corn syrup; salt), salt, yeast extract, EGG YOLK, sodium acetate E262, Xanthan gum E415.
Best ForAsian salads
Serving Size30ml
Calories Per Serving140kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)41.2g (2.76g)
Sugar Per 100 ml13.9g
Salt Per 100 ml3g
Volume150ml
9

The Bay TreePomegranate Dressing

£5.75

Dressing StyleFruit
IngredientsRapeseed Oil, Pomegranate Juice Concentrate (13.6%), Raspberry Flavoured Vinegar (red wine vinegar, raspberry flavouring, sulphur dioxide) (sulphites), Honey, Garlic, Salt, Black Pepper.
Best ForGreek-inspired salads
Serving Size15ml
Calories Per Serving91kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)55.3g (3.7g)
Sugar Per 100 ml24.6g
Salt Per 100 ml1.54g
Volume240ml
10
Dressing StyleBalsamic, vinaigrette
IngredientsWater, Balsamic Vinegar of Modena (28%, Wine Vinegar, Cooked Grape Must, Sulphites), Rapeseed Oil, Malt Barley Extract, Salt, Sugar, Free Range Egg Yolk, Stabiliser- Xanthan Gum, Acidity Regulator- Sodium Acetate, Spirit Vinegar, Mustard Seeds, Natural Garlic Flavouring, Natural Onion Flavouring, Sweetener- Steviol Glycosides
Best ForItalian
Serving Size15ml
Calories Per Serving12kcal
Fat Per 100 ml (Of Which Saturates)4.3g (0.4g)
Sugar Per 100 ml9.9g
Salt Per 100 ml1.2g
Volume200ml

Why Not Try This Delicious Greek Salad?

Why Not Try This Delicious Greek Salad?
STEP 1
Place 4 large vine tomatoes, cut into wedges, 1 peeled, deseeded and chopped cucumber, ½ a thinly sliced red onion, 16 Kalamata olives, 1 tsp dried oregano, 85g feta cheese chunks and 4 tbsp of Greek extra virgin olive oil, a fruity pomegranate dressing, in a large bowl.

STEP 2
Lightly season, then serve with crusty bread to mop up all of the juices.
Greek salad recipe | BBC Good Food

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