Shrimp mediterranean salad

A few posts back I mentioned that I would be making quite a few salad recipes come spring and as well as into the summer so today I was able to make this shrimp mediterranean salad that was nothing but sensational. So refreshing, clean and easy to make.

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All it took to makes this tasty salad was a few fresh ingredients and a few minutes. Just chopping away some ingredients for 5 minutes and mixing them in a large bowl was all it took.

To dress the salad and give it some taste I used Marzetti® Simply Dressed® Balsamic Dressing which is made of simple ingredients that enhances the freshness of any salad’s flavor. Simply Dressed Dressing is a choice you can feel good about.

Their products can be found in stores near the classic dressings in the refrigerated produce section. You will be able to find a variety of flavors so make sure you use your favorite. This shrimp Mediterranean salad however goes great with the balsamic variety.

I have made this shrimp mediterranean salad multiple occasions and even adding pasta to it is great. You can also swap any of the veggies, as this recipe is very versatile. Anything goes, you can’t go wrong with your own choice.

If you would also like to keep this recipe strictly vegetarian you can omit the shrimp. I always have my freezer stocked with cooked shrimp, as I prefer seafood and fish than poultry or meat.


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I love how convenient salads are, how versatile and easy they can be. They make the perfect to go recipes for me and my family especially when I am super busy and I want something light and fresh.

I hope you get to make this refreshing shrimp mediterranean salad. The combo of ingredients is just out of this world and the fresh herbs takes it to the next level.


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Shrimp mediterranean salad

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 6 servings

Total Time: 20 minutes


  • 1 lb cooked peeled shrimp
  • 2 pints cherry tomatoes, sliced
  • 8 oz pitted kalamata olives, sliced
  • 1 large red onion, sliced
  • 1 large cucumber, sliced
  • 6 oz Feta cheese
  • 2 oz fresh dill, chopped
  • 1/2 cup Marzetti® Simply Dressed® Balsamic Dressing


In a large mixing bowl and all the ingredients. Add the salad dressing and toss to combine.

Serve immediately.

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  1. This sounds delicious. I don’t eat ground meat although I’m not vegetarian.

    I’ve never heard of soy chorizo and doubt I’ll be able to obtain here in Spain, which is a real shame!!!!!

    I’ve used quorn mince previously, but I bet soy chorizo is delicious.

  2. Debs,

    Soja texturizada es lo que yo se que ahi en Espana para poder hacer esto pero sabor a chorizo no lo creo :- ( Gracias por visitar mi blog!!

  3. Estala hago….esta soja no creo la encuentre ero algo parecido espero que si……un besaZo

  4. This recipe looks sensational. I’ve never. Eaten soy chorizo and I don’t eat red meat. Very cool. :)

  5. Yum! This looks great! How did you do that awesome nutritional info on there?!

  6. Skinny mommy,

    I am going to calorie counter for the nutritional facts. Pretty easy so far :-)

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

  7. This was fantastic! We actually got six good-sized servings from this. We changed it slightly by using Tofurky Italian Sausages (I cut them up and browned them before adding them to the sauce). It was delightful.
    Thanks so much for your wonderful blog. I love that you have so many vegetarian (or easily modifiable) recipes on here. And, the fact that they are healthy and taste great is definitely a plus!
    I’ve told all my friends and family about it and I can’t wait to try more of your recipes. (I’m making the blueberry crumble cake today!)

  8. Hunnyjar,

    thanks so much for the feedback. I am really glad that your family enjoyed it.

    Thanks so much for the referral :-) The website is going to change for the better in about 3 weeks so it will much easier for everyone to navigate.

    Thanks for visiting my blog

  9. looks insane. Who knew they had soy chorizo at TJ. I’m so getting it. OMG, when I went to Italy, everything was bolognese and I don’t eat red meat, since then I’ve been thinking of making a veggie version, I have an idea, just need to implement it. YOur version looks fantastic.

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