DescriptionThe Greek God of salads. Creamy feta, crunchy cucumber, briny olives, fresh tomato, pepperoncini peppers, and orzo pasta are tossed in our chef's Greek dressing. Bring to your next potluck picnic and you'll have anything but a Greek tragedy on your hands.
- Contains Sulfites
- Contains Wheat
- Contains Milk
- Please note: FreshDirect's kitchen uses eggs, fish, milk, shellfish, soy, peanuts, tree nuts and wheat ingredients.
Cooked Orzo (Water, Orzo (Semolina, Niacin, Iron [Ferrous Sulfate], Thiamin, Mononitrate [Vitamin B1], Riboflavin [Vitamin B2], Folic Acid)), Cucumber, Tomatoes, Feta Cheese (Pasteurized Sheep's Milk, Water, Salt, Rennet, Cultures), Kalamata Olives* (Kalamata Olives, Water, Salt, Acetic Acid [Vinegar], Olive Oil), Peperoncini** (Pepperoncini, Water, Salt, Acetic Acid, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate [Preservative], Sodium Metabisulfite, Calcium Chloride, FD&C Yellow #5), Red Onions, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Parsley, Red Wine Vinegar (Red Wine Vinegar, Sodium Metabisulfate [Preservative]), Water, Kosher Salt, Sugar, Oregano, Onion Powder, Sea Salt, Food Thickener (Modified Cornstarch, Corn Maltodextrin), Black Pepper, Crushed Red Chili Pepper, Basil, Thyme.
*May contain pits.
About our Heat Index: We've developed this Heat Index to give you an approximation of how spicy a particular dish tastes. Keep in mind that people tolerate chili heat in very different ways, so this scale may not reflect your individual experience with a dish.* NO HEAT There's no heat here — safe for the kids. MINOR HEAT Expect no more than a little tingle on the tongue. SUBTLE HEAT One might describe this dish as "peppery." MEDIUM HEAT A spicy warmth that builds as you eat and lingers a while. STRONG HEAT This dish has kick — keep a cool beverage on hand. FIERY HEAT Your eyes will water. Your nose will run. You've been warned.
*Note for sensitive palates: Heat ratings are never guaranteed! Due to unpredictable environmental variations that range from rainfall to chance genetic changeability, chili spice often differs. Even two identical-looking jalapeños can pack two very different heat levels.