Greek Spiral Cucumber Salad

This spiral cut Greek salad delivers a flavor-packed punch that satisfies!    

Greek Spiral cucumber Salad


It’s not only super pretty it’s so delicious.

The dressing puts this over the top!

The base of this salad is spiral slices of cucumbers then topped with red onions, feta cheese, pepperoncini, olives, and tomatoes.

The weather is heating up and it’s the perfect time for a salad, and this one of PACKING some major flavor.

I love fresh oregano and have some growing in my backyard, I don’t have a green thumb but have managed to keep it alive for a year now, it survived our mild winter… I’m so happy! If you don’t have fresh oregano, dry oregano will do just fine.

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greek aioli dressing


This dressing is full of great flavor and the fresh oregano makes it so fresh tasting. (If you don’t have fresh you can use dry oregano) I happen to love fresh oregano and have a plant outside that I keep under some shade so it doesn’t freeze in the winter or burn in the sun in the summer, I’m happy it lasts all year. Especially since I don’t have a green thumb!


spiral cut cucumber and red onion


I mention more info about spiral cutting HERE.

Of course, you can cut the vegetables into any shape you prefer. A mandolin will work if you want to have thinly sliced cucumbers.


greek salad dressing drizzling onto salad


I use this Spiral Cutter

Add grilled chicken or any type of cooked chicken to this recipe for a delicious complete meal.

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Greek Spiral Cucumber Salad


  • 1 large cucumber spiral cut
  • 1/4 cup red onion spiral cut
  • 10 grape tomatoes sliced
  • olives Kalamata or Green Marietta like I used, sliced
  • pepperoncini sliced
  • feta cheese cut into cubes
  • dry oregano
  • fresh oregano

Greek Aioli Dressing

  • 1/4 cup extra light olive oil
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon lemon
  • oregano
  • salt and pepper


  • Place the spiral cut cucumber and red onion in your dish, then add the tomato, olives, pepperoncini, feta cheese and oregano.
  • Mix the dressing ingredients with an immersion blender until thickened and completely combined.
  • Pour dressing over salad top with salt and pepper to taste.


Greek Spiral Cucumber salad with Greek Aioli


    1. sorry that the instructions were there, there must have been a glitch on the recipe card, but if you take a look I re-added them. Thanks for letting me know there was a problem.

  1. Has some of the recipe been lost in all the advertisements on the page? I believe that an ‘Aioli ‘ dressing should have garlic in it.
    Good idea for a salad and will probably make it soon.

    1. Traditional aioli does have garlic and you’re free to add some if you prefer, this is a take on a tradition and I chose not to add garlic when making it, it tasted delicious but garlic is always a welcome addition!

  2. Thanks for this it looks amazing and that aioli sounds so yummy. I am going to make this for lunch today, I just LOVE the flavors in this!

  3. I’m a salad LOVER. I always have banana slices on hand for hoagies. Greeks usually always serve banana slices in a Greek salad. Now, I only need some great feta cheese. Can’t wait to make this yummy looking salad. Thanks.

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