Sunday, April 14, 2013

9 layer Greek Dip

Today I’d like to share with you my version of Greek Dip.  This is a great recipe to bring to a party.  It is fresh, delicious, and healthy, requires no cooking and doesn’t take long to make.  I’ve made it twice and both times people couldn’t step away from the dish until it was gone.  There are many versions of this recipe online, but I’ve added a few things to make it my own.  Give this one a try and I promise, people will want the recipe.

9 layer Greek DipGreek Dip by
1 container of plain hummus (whatever ever brand you love the most)
1/2 cucumber chopped into small pieces
about 1/2 can of sliced black olives
1/2 red pepper cut into small pieces
1/2 pack of sun-dried tomatoes ( I got mine at Traders Joes in the produce section $1.99) chop tomatoes into small pieces
about 3 oz. of Feta Cheese crumbled
Olive oil
fresh ground pepper
dill weed (either fresh or dried work well)
Begin by spreading the hummus into the bottom of the dish.
One by one, begin to sprinkle cucumbers, olives, red peppers, tomatoes onto hummus.  The order doesn’t matter.  Finish up with the feta, since it looks prettiest on top.
Lightly drizzle olive oil over the top.  You don’t need a whole lot.  I prefer a nice dark and full bodied olive oil.
Add cracked pepper and dill to your taste.
That’s it.  You are done!  Serve with pita chips, or more veggies like red pepper strips, celery, carrots, or cucumbers.  Your guests will love you!  As a matter of fact if there are going to be a lot of people their you very well might want to double this recipe, heck you’ll probably need it anyway!

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