Mediterranean Marinated Cheese

"adapted from Kraft recipe"
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins




  • Cube cream cheese into 36 pieces.
  • Place on serving tray.
  • Combine remaining ingredients.
  • Pour dressing over cheese and toss lightly.
  • Refrigerate at least 1 hour.

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  1. kitty.rock
    This was quite good - meaning DH absolutely loved it. I did not have the fresh herbs so used 1 teaspoon dried thyme and 1/2 teaspoon dried rosemary, ground. I pressed the garlic and used 3 cloves. Overall, this was very flavorful and was served on rounds of toasted Italian bread. Will make this again as its a great appetizer, but I might experiment too, with a combo of different dressings. Thanks for posting - made for Spring PAC 2012.
  2. mama smurf
    I cut the recipe in half and pretty much followed the recipe. I did mince the garlic so the chunks weren't too big and used the fresh herbs. Put on fresh toasted bread and this was very DELICIOUS!!! Definately going into my Favorites of 2012. Made for PAC Orphanage 2012 tag game. Thank you for posting.
  3. SarasotaCook
    My neighbor moved out and gave me some salad dressings which I don't often use, but one was the sun dried, and I saw this recipe and thought why not. It was easy and quick, I used some whole wheat crackers and also triscuits and really enjoyed this. It was no work and the fresh herbs to me, really made it. It was easy and very enjoyable. Thx
  4. Ginny Sue
    I was so lazy, I used just the cream cheese and the salad dressing, and left out all the other ingredients. This made a very flavorful easy appetizer. I served with Triscuits.
  5. salzer
    I had also gotten this recipe from Kraft and was going to post this (glad I checked before). I have made this as directed and without the fresh herbs because I didn't have any on hand - both ways are great! This is always a hit at parties and I rarely have leftovers. When I do have leftovers my husband uses this on everything, plain bread, on hamburgers, mixed together as a chip dip. Very versitile!



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