Monday, June 24, 2013

Christy's Easy Feta Dip

I have to say. I have some pretty awesome friends. One of those awesome friends is Christy. She is Wonder Woman.....Or maybe Wonder Woman is Christy....Hmmm....I'll have to figure that one out.

Christy not only has an AMAZING food blog - The Girl Who Ate Everything, she manages to successfully raise 4, almost 5, kids too! All while looking good doing it. She is the kind of person that has is all together.

Like having your 5th on the way, and a successful food blog isn't enough, she managed to throw me a killer baby shower (while only 2 weeks behind me), along with my friends Sara and Katie. You could seriously make a whole Pinterest Board just from pics of the shower. It was PERFECTLY put together. These ladies really know how to do it.

The Hosts and I.

In honor of Christy today, I am posting one of her recipes that I enjoy. Easy Feta Dip. This is the Fast, Easy, Delicious. All ingredients for a winner appetizer in my book! I've tossed this together a time or two when I am in a pinch and need something impressive, fast.

I love how rustic this Easy Feta Dip is. When you and your guests are all gathered round a table shootin' the breeze, everyone can casually grab the thin sliced baguette pieces and use them in a pinching motion to grab the goodies straight from the platter.

Give er a whirl!

And thanks Christy!

Christy's Easy Feta Dip
Recipe from friend Christy - Girl Who Ate Everything

(I find all ingredients are approximate as I sometimes tend to add more or less of what I am feeling. Like tomatoes most? Add more tomatoes! I usually double this recipe when feeding a crowd, and make two layers out of it, repeating directions twice.)

- 3 Roma Tomatoes, seeded and diced
- 4-5 Green Onions sliced thinly
- 8oz block of Feta crumbled (not pre-crumbled. Buy the block and crumble yourself.)
- 1/3 cup Olive Oil
- 2-3 teaspoons of Cavender's Greek Seasoning
- Fresh Baguette sliced thinly

- On a large platter, drizzle the olive oil over the entire bottom.
-Add tomatoes, green onions, and feta on top of the oil.
-Sprinkle with the Greek seasoning.
-With a spoon, carefully combine the ingredients.
-Use fresh, thin sliced baguette to pinch out the dip and eat.

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