7 Feta Recipes to Jazz Up Your Meal
Sharp, tangy, salty, crumbly feta. The culinary world would be a dull place without it. Sharing a few of my favorite feta recipes before jumping into the new eats that we’ve got lined up for our feta cheese spotlight ingredient weeks!
Ask the tulip-man and he’ll probably tell you (accompanied by an epic eyeroll) the foods that I love to cook with (as in, have on stock at all times and use, in some manner, in every meal): chickpeas, Greek yogurt, feta cheese. I think I was Greek in another life. Fortunately for me, I wiggled myself into a partially Greek family who own some restaurants in town, so the Greek food is never in short supply.
We’ve covered chickpeas and Greek yogurt in our spotlight ingredients, so it was only a matter of time before feta cheese took the stage. Before we jump into the feta recipes hitting your table later this week (to include a mushroom gyro that I’m ob-SESSED with and a frozen yogurt that’s more than meets the eye), I’m sharing a few of my favorite feta recipes from the blog archives.
When you think of feta recipes, you don’t usually think to turn it into a spread. But guys…it’s so good. With just two simple ingredients, this Whipped Feta Cheese recipe is a creamy, tangy spread that you’re going to want to slather on everything.
This Greek Baked Feta takes everything delicious about Greek salad and throws it in the oven for a few minutes! Warm and spreadable feta with burst tomatoes, olives, and red onion.
“A friend brought this to have with dinner the other day and my husband and I fell in love with it. We could have just ate this as the meal and been happy. I think I went back for 3rds. This is seriously delicious and it tasted so fresh! Anyone who is thinking of making it, you won’t be disappointed.”
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Love sushi but not a fan of how long it takes (not to mention the mess?) Today we’re making Mediterranean-inspired Greek Sushi rolls that take everything good about Greek salad and wrap it up into a delicious sushi rolls!
“Delicious! Super easy to make. My kids said this is the “best pizza” they ever tasted! And, they don’t like brussel sprouts! I made the homemade pizza dough – excellent. Leftover dough can be stored in fridge for a quick pizza later on.”
With fresh mint sauce and feta cheese, this roasted eggplant is a flavorful hands-off dish to make for dinner tonight.