Kittencal's Creamy Greek Feta Salad Dressing

"Plan ahead the dressing needs a few hours chilling time before serving, you may want to adjust some ingredients after you make this, I would suggest to start with the stated amounts and add in more after mixing, you may use 3 tablespoons freshly grated parmesan cheese in place of the feta cheese --- if you are not a lover of garlic then I suggest to pass this by! --- servings are only esitmated."
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  • In a food processor or blender process all ingredients together except the salt and pepper until blended and smooth.
  • Add in a little more crumbled feta cheese if you prefer a chunky-style dressing.
  • Season with salt and black pepper.
  • Refrigerate for at least 2 or more hours before serving.

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  1. This was great, b/f was surprised it tasted so good. I did not put this in the blender, I like chunky dressing. Next time I will, but with only half the cheese, then add the other half so it still is chunky. <br/>Update: The first time I made this I forgot the corn syrup and did not realize it until I made a second batch. The second batch I did added it, but we all decided it was not as good as the first batch. So out it goes. The fourth time I made this, I did not have red wine vinegar, so I used white. I can say the red gave this a much better flavor.
  2. I followed this recipe as written and wouldn't change one thing. While processing in the mixer, I only pulsed as I wanted to leave chunks of feta. This is a really thick and rich tasting dressing. It is important that you make it the day b/f serving or at least as stated. The flavors have to marry in order for you to get the full wonderful taste effect.~ Made for KK's RecipeTag~
  3. Fantastic, restaurant quality! I used less sugar & equal parts mayo & olive oil. Love it!!
  4. This is a good basic recipe, but I almost coaked on my water when I read this: "tablespoon corn syrup (or to taste, no substitutes, sugar or honey will alter the flavor and make it too sweet." Y'all... corn syrup is one and a half times sweeter than sugar. Science matters!
  5. Fantastic!


  1. I made a double batch. I did use honey (our bees would be mad if I didn’t), however I cut the honey in half. My “Foodies” loved it!!!
  2. This is definitely restaurant quality dressing! Absolutely awesome! I followed the ingredients exactly.



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