Tomato, Hearts of Palm, Olive, and Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette (Video)
I love the summer flavors in this Tomato, Hearts of Palm, Olive, and Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette, and this amazing salad combination is low-carb, gluten-free, South Beach Diet Phase One and meatless!
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Tomato, Hearts of Palm, Olive, and Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette!
Years ago Sun Pix Hearts of Palm appeared in big jars at my Costco, and I was overjoyed. I’d learned to like them while working at a French restaurant in college, but they were expensive in my regular grocery store, so I hadn’t ever cooked with them much up to that point. For a while the hearts of palm seemed to appear every summer, and I always stocked up when I saw them. And one of those times when I had plenty of hearts of palm on hand I came up with this amazing Tomato, Hearts of Palm, Olive, and Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette.
I love this type of summer salad which combines all my favorite summer flavors. The recipe also features basil vinaigrette, one of my favorite summer treats and something I love to drizzle over garden tomatoes when I have lots of fresh basil. If you don’t have fresh basil to puree or frozen basil in the freezer, you can definitely make this salad with purchased Basil Pesto as well.
In 2016 when I decided to take more photos to show the steps of this favorite recipe I even had a few tomatoes from my new garden to make it with! Some of those tomatoes are Black Zebras, which is why they look so dark, and the Zebra tomatoes have wonderful flavor. Sadly, those big jars of hearts of palm no longer show up at Costco, but I love this Tomato, Hearts of Palm, Olive, and Feta Salad so much I’d still splurge on a small jar from the grocery store so I could make it.
(Tomato, Hearts of Palm, Olive, and Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette was updated with better photos and step-by-step instructions August 2016.)
I used 6 small tomatoes from my garden; you could also use about 1 cup of grape tomatoes cut in half. If you’re using large tomatoes, drain in a colander after you cut them. Slice the hearts of palm and measure out the olives.
In a large salad bowl layer the tomatoes, hearts of palm, and olives. Drizzle Basil Vinaigrette over. Then crumble Feta and sprinkle it over the salad. Yum!
Make it a Meal:
This would be delicious with any of my Best Low-Carb and Gluten-Free Grilling Recipes for a summer dinner!
More Recipes with Hearts of Palm:
My Favorite Low-Carb Salads with Hearts of Palm ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
Two Bean Salad with Hearts of Palm and Blue Cheese from Taste and Tell
Hearts of Palm, Avocado, Avocado, and Butter Lettuce Salad ~ That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Tomato, Hearts of Palm, Olive, and Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette
The summer flavors in this Tomato, Hearts of Palm, Olive, and Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette make this amazing salad combination that you can serve year round!
- 4-6 small garden tomatoes, cut up into chunks (or use about 1 cup cherry tomatoes, cut in half)
- 1 cup hearts of palm, sliced (or more)
- 1/2 cup black olives
- 1/4 cup crumbled feta
- 1/4 – 1/3 cup basil vinaigrette
- Wash tomatoes and cut into chunks; draining them in a colander if the tomatoes are really juicy.
- Slice the hearts of palm, measure the olives, and crumble the Feta.
- In salad bowl, layer tomatoes, hearts of palm, and olives.
- Drizzle basil vinaigrette over veggies, then crumble feta over.
- This will keep for a day in the fridge, but it’s definitely best the day it’s made.
Recipe created by Kalyn.
Low-Carb Diet / Low-Glycemic Diet / South Beach Diet Suggestions:
This Tomato, Hearts of Palm, Olive, and Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette is a perfect side dish for most low-carb eating plans or any phase of the South Beach Diet. For low-carb basil vinaigrette, be sure to choose a vinaigrette with less than 2 grams of sugar per serving.
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