Lamb, Medjool Date, Olive, Tomato and Feta Salad

With Honey Dressing


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Salads: The new main course


By Peter Gordon

Published 2005

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This salad reminds me of the salads of Greece and Turkey. It is basically a tomato and feta salad tossed with a few extra bits and pieces, then topped with lamb, and is very quick to knock up and easy to assemble. The honey dressing is a little twist that works well with the acidity of the tomatoes and saltiness of the feta. Try to buy feta made the traditional way, from 100 per cent ewes’ milk. You’ll find it much tastier than cows’-milk feta.

You can cook the lamb in the oven, as