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Greek Antipasto

Greek Antipasto recipe
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Can't make it to Santorini? You'll get halfway there with each bite of this zesty, Mediterranean-inspired app.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
7/30/2013
Easy to make and very tasty. My only problem is that I found it too salty. I ended up making hummus and adding the antipasto. Any suggestions on how to make it less salty?????
posted:
3/27/2009
I loved this recipe. I personally don't like tomatoes so this was a nice alternative to a classic bruchetta. All the ingredients blend very nicely together.
posted:
9/19/2008
My party guests loved these!
posted:
7/21/2008
Fabulous. A true hit at my dinner party the other night. Very easy. Can make ahead of time. LOVED it!
posted:
12/13/2007
my husband loves this! it is great to make over night for next day dinner party. so easy.
posted:
12/11/2006
I made this for a party this past weekend. I really enjoyed it, but I had a lot of left over. I guess it just depends on your guests taste.
posted:
10/10/2006
A Party Favourite!!!
posted:
8/16/2006
I love this recipe. I even added some chopped tomatoes.
posted:
7/6/2006
This recipe was a huge success for our 4th of July family gathering of sixteen. By the time everyone finished 'pigging out" on the antipasto appetizer, they were not hungry for the main meal. The recommended serving size was two per.....some had as many as eight. I served the mixture on rosemary herb bread which added even more flavor and added a different twist. I couldn't find the feta cheese with the spices so I added garlic, oregano and thyme. I also served it on sun-dried tomato bread which was good also but not as great as the rosemary herb bread. This was my favorite recipe use for the entire four days and eating and celebrating. Suggestion: Warm your bread--do not toast it. Toasting the bread makes it too crunchy which makes the mixture fall off when you take a bite. I suggest simply heating the bread and put the delicious mixture on the warm bread and serve.
posted:
7/5/2006
My husband and I enjoyed this very much and will serve it to guest as we are always in need of an appetizer.
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