Mediterranean Orzo Recipe

I’m the type of gal that likes an easy, go-to meal. Sure, every once and a while I like to bring out my inner Martha and spend hours in the kitchen, but most nights I prefer something quick I can fix-up after work. This Mediterranean orzo recipe is just that and I love it! The best part? It only uses 3 measly ingredients and is super fast for an impromptu dinner when you feel like having something a bit a lot healthier than MickeyD’s. Enjoy!

Mediterranean Orzo Recipe

What You’ll Need:

  • Sun dried Tomatoes
  • Kalamata Olives (I used green for this bowl but originally used these :)– delish!)
  • Orzo
  • Balsamic Vinegar

How to Make Mediterranean Orzo:

1)Make the orzo & let cool.

2) Saute sun dried tomatoes for approximately 4 minutes in olive oil and then put into orzo.

3) Add the olives into the orzo.

4) Add in some balsamic vinegar for taste

Voila! You now have a scrumptious meal that was cooked in mere minutes!

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  • Brianna DePauw

    this looks delicious! i love greek/mediterranean food & this is so easy to make! thanks for sharing!

    • Kayli Schattner

      So glad you enjoyed, Brianna!

  • Jessica – Independent Travel C

    I am not a big fan of olives, but I love orzo and sun-dried tomatoes. Looks tasty and easy.

    • Kayli Schattner

      It was super tasty! Maybe add a bit of basil for an extra kick? :)

  • Kaelene Spence

    All my favorite ingredients in one! Must try this recipe.

    • Kayli Schattner

      Oh, yay!! Let me know how you like it, Kaelene!

  • Amy | Club Narwhal

    Oh, yum, Kayli! I love pretty much everything about this (though I would definitely be tempted to add a boat load of feta–I just can’t leave dairy behind!). This looks like the perfect weeknight meal–quick and tasty.

    • Kayli Schattner

      It was sooo good– and guess what?? I had some leftovers a few nights later and threw some feta in ;) it was delicious! Have another recipe with feta coming soon too :)

  • Louisa @ My Family & Abruzzo

    This looks delicious!

    • Kayli Schattner

      It definitely was, Louisa! Let me know if you give it a whirl :)

  • Amanda

    You know, I’ve never made orzo before! Is it more like cooking rice/couscous or risotto? Either way this looks delicious! x

  • Niina, It seems pretty obvious

    I’ve never tried orzo but I think I have to give it a try after reading this. Don’t we all love easy to make and tasty food :)

    • Kayli Schattner

      I really have loved adding orzo into our meals :) it’s something new!

  • Annie Montgomery

    Sooo good! We tried this recipe last summer (why do some foods pair with certain seasons?!) and loved it. We are stuck on this quinoa (+feta,parsley,tomato,oliveoil,RWvinager) recipe. We had it last night. It’s our default meal.

    • Kayli Schattner

      Love quinoa with everything you just named!! It looks like we have very similar food tastes ;p Love those meals that you can always count on!!

  • Nicole @ Treasure Tromp

    this looks so good! and thanks for linking up with Treat Yo’ Self Thursday last week!

  • Aukele | 91DASH

    Quick and easy!! Love it.