A fresh Mediterranean take on a relish that can be served on it's own, with pita chips, or alongside fish or chicken.
What is Greek Relish?
If you love a traditional Greek salad (like I do!), then you will love this relish. It's a simple, fresh, and healthy recipe that is delicious served with pita chips or over fish or chicken. It has nearly all of the same components of a Greek salad, it's just chopped much finer (I like doing this with my Braun Multi-quick blender). The mix of tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, and olives is everything I want when it comes to a Mediterranean flavor profile.
Is it relish or is it salsa?
I Say Tom-AY-toe, You Say Tom-AH-toe...honestly, there's not much of a difference. Typically I'd consider a relish to be a finer consistency than a salsa, but they basically serve the same purpose. Often times I'll double this and use it for two different purposes – as an appetizer while watching the big game or the awards show, and then as a condiment served over grilled fish. I love how versatile it is!
Make + Store Ahead of Time
Consider making this relish ahead of time to assist with meal prep. I usually make a big batch of it and store it in the fridge for a couple of days so that I can use it here and there. If you plan to do this as well, leave off the feta and sprinkle it on top as you eat it. The veggies will give off some liquid the longer it sits so just pour that off before enjoying.Print