Easy Orzo Salad

This has been one of my favorite dishes to make ever since my sister introduced me to it. I’ve struggled with eating disorders in the past, so cooking hasn’t always been one of my favorite pastimes. In fact, I still have a hard time cooking because I over analyze the ingredients going into the dish. Anyways BESIDES THE POINT. This orzo salad is super easy to make, and doesn’t take too long, which is why I manage πŸ˜‰

The ingredients I used are:
– Orza pasta
– Sun-dried tomatoes
– Cherry tomatoes
– Baby bell peppers
– English cucumber
– Red onion
– Pitted kalamata olives
– Parsley
– Feta cheese

Start by cooking the orzo, and once it’s been strained I like to add some of the oil from the sun-dried tomatoes to keep it from sticking. Depending on how much orzo you make increase the amount of oil accordingly.

But note that this recipe is just a collection of what I like. There are many other options and you can add or subtract any of the the ingredients you don’t like. I haven’t put an amount on the vegetables either because I think it’s all up to taste. Ben hates tomatoes so I always put less in if I know he’s going to be eating as well.

I just chop up the veggies and throw them in with the orzo. Sprinkle some of the parsley on top and stir it all together. I usually cook some halloumi to go along with this, but my online order hadn’t come in time so I used feta cheese instead! Use whatever amount suits you best.

This is such an easy meal to make, and the best part is it keeps well in the fridge so you can easily bring some lunch with you to work!

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