Orzo Salad

This recipe has been updated and moved to the new blog.
You can find it here: Mediterranean Orzo Salad
Mediterranean Orzo Salad on The Creekside Cook

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24 Responses to Orzo Salad

  1. Pearl says:

    that looks so delicious!

  2. That looks beautiful and delicious! What time should I be there?

  3. annbb says:

    That looks delicious! I love orzo – could be my favorite pasta.

    What a perfect throw ‘n go recipe you’ve made here.

    Made the mistake of mashing my garlic and sea salt together into a paste in my wooden mortar and pestle.
    I do not think the garlic smell will ever leave. Thanks for a very sensible way that I never ever thought of to mash garlic!

  4. Charlane says:

    I am soooooooooooooooooooooooo making this! yum

  5. looks beautiful and delicious! Thanks for sharing it.

  6. Marta says:

    thanks again for a fantastic, easy, versatile and adaptable recipe! this is so perfectly fitted for picnic season! I love orzo salads because they’re quite filling and you can put so much veg in them.
    I just love the way your blog is set up, the step-by-step is great!

  7. susan says:

    Yum.
    I am sharing this idea with my kids. I love Wegman’s as much as they do, but this is so easy, even they can see the cost benefit of making it at home!

  8. Gail says:

    This looks delish…and easy…now how can I get Mr. O to like orzo?

  9. Donalyn says:

    Thanks Pearl!
    MPM – last Thursday? ;)
    Ann – I can’t really claim it’s an original idea – saw it on a cooking show I think. It is the best way to do it though – much faster than the side of chef knife which is how I used to do it.
    Go for it Charlane!
    You’re welcome, oneshot
    Thanks Marta – so glad you like it
    Susan – the premade stuff can be ok in a pinch, but this is almost as easy as running to the store
    Gail – are there other pastas that he likes? you can make this with any pasta.

  10. ellyn says:

    Looks great. Love the second to last picture too. Very nice.

  11. SHERRI says:

    LOOKS DELICIOUS AND YOUR PICS ARE BEAUTIFUL!

  12. Bridgette says:

    You do make this look very easy. Now I guess I will have have to give it a try – do you think Parmesan or Romano cheese would work ok? No feta around the house right now.

  13. Lori says:

    You had me at Feta Cheese!
    Looks incredible and I cannot wait to try this on my own.

  14. Anna B. says:

    Got my grocery list written…will take this to the party that I am going to for the 4th of July…

  15. Debbie Jean says:

    Oh that looks absolutely devine. I love pasta salads. I have never seen that type of pasta before. Will have to look for it!!

  16. Donalyn says:

    Brigette – I make variations using all different kinds of cheese, and both Parmesan and Romano work very nicely. The flavor is a bit different of course, but it is still delicious.

    Lori – I can never turn feta cheese myself – try it on cornflakes sometime! [kidding] [I think]

    Anna – let me know how you like it.

    Debbie jean – you can use any kind of pasta really – I would just cut the veggies a little bit bigger.

  17. Judy says:

    Great looking salad!

  18. Elizabeth W says:

    Wow, that looks tasty!
    Well-photographed too!

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  21. i have been looking thorough orzo recipes online and this is the best I have coem across so far!

  22. Donalyn says:

    Thanks so much TM – I hope you enjoyed it!

  23. Brenda says:

    Very nice Reciepes. Thanks for sharing them. Have a nice*Day.

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