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10-Minute Appetizer Spread

10-Minute Appetizer Spread recipe
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Don't dread the pop-in guest. Instead, check out our chunky, cheesy spread that crowns each cracker with a whole lotta flavor and comes together in just 10 minutes.
10 min
10 min
24 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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Awesome!!! Everyone loved it and the dish was empty! Great recipe, thank you!
I made this with the pesto, artichokes and roasted peppers, served it with toast points...EVERYONE wanted the recipe!!
This is my fall back recipe for a quick dish to take a potluck. It's always a hit. I do make a small change, I use 1/2 jar of the pesto, 1/2 the can of the artichokes, and I substitute mayo with a little sugar as we don't use Miracle Whip at home, and the only difference between them is the MW has sugar.
I made the Greek style and it was such a hit! I didn't bother to seed any of the veggies and instead of the canned black olives I bought a marinated olive medley and let the cukes and tomatoes marinate with the chopped up olives for a while and that gave it a great flavor. I couldn't find feta cheese with herbs so I just used regular feta and it was fine. I think that this is going to be my "go to" recipe for parties! So easy and so good!
I have made ATHENOS Crumbled Feta Cheese appetizer a few times and it has been a hit at parties. Hint: remove the inside of the cucumber (slice in half and scrap the seeds out w/ spoon) to prevent the dip from getting watery.
I made this for a Mary Kay party (the pesto version) and all of the girls LOVED it!! They all have asked me to send them the recipe. I used artichoke hearts that were marinated just to give it a little more flavor. Very good and easy to make.
Excellent recipe (greek version); prep time was a little misleading--chopping and seeding veggies, etc. took me a lot longer than ten minutes
esay to make and great taste
Hit of my Xmas Eve party this year. I made a greek dressing, olive oil, red wine vinegar, garlic and marinated the veggies overnight. Made the difference between good and fabulous.
I made the Greek version & it is unbelievably good. It seems so simple & plain, but has so much flavor and is so easy to make with such common ingredients. One change I would not do without--I added diced red onion which sent it off the charts. I also added a sprinkle of garlic powder to the base which was also a nice complement. I ate this by myself, but can't wait to take it to my next party
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