Vegetarian keto Greek salad

Greek salad or horiatiki [in Greek] is the "queen" of salads in the Greek cuisine and is served with almost every dish. It is usually served as a side salad, but also it may be served as a main dish for lunch or dinner. It is prepared with fresh tomatoes, onions, Kalamata olives, olive oil, feta cheese and dried oregano. Simply skip adding the feta cheese in the salad and you have a vegan keto alternative. The best part? So easy to make!

Vegetarian keto Greek salad
5 min
0 min

Nutrition facts

Energy: 368 kcal
Protein: 10.2 gr
Fat: 33.7 gr
Net carbs: 4.9 gr


Salad ingredients

200 gr tomatoes

0.5 medium red onion(s) (55 gr)

10 Kalamata olives (50 gr)

2 tbsp(s) olive oil (27 gr)

100 gr feta cheese - regular or vegetarian


0.5 tsp(s) dried ground oregano (1 gr)

salt (to taste)


  1. Cut the tomatoes into wedges and place in a salad bowl
  2. Slice the onion(s) and place in the bowl too
  3. Add the Kalamata olives (or olives of your preference) & olive oil
  4. Cut the feta cheese in cubes or chunks, but do not crumble it, and place in the bowl on top of the rest of the ingredients
  5. Season with oregano & salt (to taste)


✔ Preferably, use plum or classic tomatoes

✔ Traditional Greek salad contains cucumber, that you may include in the salad, if your daily carbs limit allows for it: 50gr / 1.8oz of unpeeled cucumber will add 1.6gr of Net carbs to your serving

Serving size: 1/2 of the salad

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