Dakos3 comments Jul 19th, 2010 | By Tobias | Category: easy and fast, Recipes, Salads and Dressings
Again a recipe that uses Paximadi bread. This dry bread with barley is used a lot in Greek cuisine and Dakos is the classic dish for it. A hearty salad with tomato and feta cheese for hot weather. The Italian equivalent is Friselle, a dish that is common in Apulia.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
- 2 large tomatoes
- 1 Paximadi, or more according to size and shape
- some onion or spring onion
- Feta cheese
- olive oil
- some salt and pepper
Cube one tomato. Grate the second tomato into a bowl.
Break the Paximadi bread in large pieces. Pour some water over it and place it on a plate. Pour the grated tomato over it. Then add the cubed tomato. Put the chopped onion, some capers, olives and crumbled cheese on top. Add a few drops of oil.