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Serving temp for Grilled veggies w/ feta

mbear's picture

Greetings:

Regarding the recipe for grilled vegetables w/ feta (#104 pp. 33,  3/2010), should this be served warm, immediately after adding tomatoes and feta, or is room temperature okay?     Thanks.

kitchengoddess's picture

I would say warm (post #71481, reply #1 of 6)

After reading the recipe I would say served warm after you have cut up the vegetables.  But room temperature would also be good.

Please report back to know how you liked it :)

ICDOCEAN1's picture

Grilled Vegetables (post #71481, reply #2 of 6)

I remember that recipe, made it several times.  The salad is still warm when I toss in the cheese so it melts just a little, but it is fine a room temperature. 

mbear's picture

Thanks for your responses. (post #71481, reply #3 of 6)

Thanks for your responses.  I'm making it this evening and will attempt to serve it just after tossing in the feta, if I can get my timing down with the rest of dinner!    Thanks again.

Gretchen8's picture

Personally I would think it (post #71481, reply #4 of 6)

Personally I would think it would be just as good at room temp. And easier to time. Make it easy on yourself.

Gretchen8's picture

Personally I would think it (post #71481, reply #5 of 6)

Personally I would think it would be just as good at room temp. And easier to time. Make it easy on yourself.

ICDOCEAN1's picture

In essence room temperature (post #71481, reply #6 of 6)

By the time that you are done, the veggies are at room temp, key is to quickly chop, add the cheese for a little melt, step further, big cheese chunks, break over hot veggies.   Thanks Gretchen, how was you beach vacation?  Looking at Irene.. . "It's now to November", wasn't that and Elvis song? I know, the real song. but my version is so much more real at this time.

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