Greek Feta Dip
photo by Baby Kato
- Ready In:
1 1/2 cup
- In a food processor, reduce in puree : feta, sour cream, roasted red pepper, garlic, chive, olive oil and Cayenne pepper.
- Serve with pita chips, veggies or anything you want ;).
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Delicious Boomie, just delicious, always looking for other ways to use greek sheep feta, so yummy. The dip was great, loads of flavor with a hint of heat, perfect. Made exactly as written. I also roasted my own sweet red pepper for a lovely burst of fresh flavor. Served with simple tostitos for a lovely afternoon snack. Thanks for sharing this treat.
This was really easy to whip up and once chilled to blend flavors was great. I went to my jar of roasted bells and they had expired, so I threw out the jar and made this without them. I halved the recipe, just blending with a fork, and served with celery sticks. Made for a great appetizer. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Mmmmm, what a creamy, thick and yummy dip! I really enjoyed the sweetness of the roasted bell pepper in combination with the salty feta cheese. The chives added a lovely touch of flavour, too. YUM, I will definitely make this again! I too left out the oil and roasted a bell pepper myself. THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing yet another easy to make and sure to please recipe with us, Boomie! Made and reviewed for Everyday Is A Holiday Tag Game June 2010.
Yummo! Because I used light sour cream as well I took on board JanuaryBride's advice and didn't add olive oil, however roasted a red pepper myself and rubbed with a grenerous quantity of olive oil before roasting to get some of extra flavour in. Really bursting with flavour, loved that hint of cayenne!
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