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5-Layer Greek Dip

5-Layer Greek Dip recipe
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Authentic Greek ingredients, from kalamata olives to feta cheese, give this hummus appetizer dip its lush Mediterranean flavor.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
2 cups or 16 servings, 2 Tbsp. and 11 pita chips each
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posted:
10/23/2004
Everybody loved it and it was easy to make! I used garlic pita chips from Sam's Club and they were fantastic. Great for a change of pace!!
posted:
6/23/2003
Addictive and very easy to make (esp. as making with pre-made hummus). I made once with baba-ghanouj (roasted eggplant dip) as that was all the store had and I liked it almost more ... also feel free to use different flavours of feta (with red peppers, etc.) -- all taste just as yummy, and use different crackers as well for variety.
posted:
6/23/2003
This is a great tasting and easy recipe. Very refreshing so it's great for warm weather days. I served this dip with toasted pita bread triangles rather than the crackers. Next time I will try Greek Kalamata olives since they would blend so well with the other Mediterranean flavors in this recipe.
posted:
6/17/2003
The flavor of this dip is excellent!! It was a big HIT!!!! I served it with pita bread that I cut into triangles. Tip: don't salt this recipe for two reasons: 1. salt will draw the water out of the tomatoes and cucumbers, leaving a watery layer and 2. the feta takes care of the salt content of this dish just fine.
posted:
10/11/2002
It's an easy dip to make for a party. Not bad!
posted:
10/9/2002
Sounds absuletely yummy!
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10/7/2002
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posted:
6/11/2002
This dip is awesome! I served with pita triangles, and it was gone in a flash! I will definitely make it again.
posted:
3/28/2002
Any women would love this dip - it was like having an overloaded greek salad without lettuce. I also added a left over chicken breast diced and garlic spread to vegtables also salt & pepper. Served w/pita bread - to die for. Thanks
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