Feta, the firm, yet crumbly cheese from Greece, is transformed into a smooth and tasty dip, with the texture and tanginess reminiscent of hummus. Once you make it, it will become one of your favorites. Trust me!
This is the second feta cheese recipe I’ve featured in a short time. You see, I am in the middle of a feta cheese obsession. It all started when I read a recipe for feta baked in tomato sauce. It sounded so good, I had to make it immediately (click here for my adaptation of Baked Feta in Tomato Sauce). Then, I ran across this recipe for dip made with feta, lemon, and olive oil from Sweet Paul, and, again, it was a “must make”. I love its salty, bright, and lemony flavors; it is so addictingly good! This is the quintessential summer dip.
Seriously, trust me on this; it will be one of your favorites.
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- Recipe: Whipped Feta Spread (domestocrat.net)
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I want to make this NOW, but have to wait for the weekend. Simple yet awesome. 🙂
Yum, this looks healthy and delicious! Will have to give it a try this weekend! Have you entered our exclusive giveaway to win some amazing arm candy…giveawayhttp://ofcoursevegan.com/2013/05/30/exclusive-giveaway-from-of-course-vegan-and-tresors-de-luxe/ Good luck! xo
Daisy, this dip jumps out from the page and screams, “Make me!”. Beautiful pictures, great recipe.
Thanks, Rebekah! Welcome to my blog!
Beautiful, Daisy! Early in my London stay I went through a feta obsession, since the fetas made in different regions are so different from one another. Shhh! Bulgarian feta is my favorite, I think. (Don’t tell the Greeks!)
What a comforting dip! Perfect for all manner of summer veggies! An appealing recipe!
I love this idea! I’m off to take a look, this dip is just so pretty and fresh looking, perfect for spring! xx
If you like salty, tangy, briny, fresh flavors, then this is definitely a dip for you. I love it with veggies.
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This sounds absolutely delicious! And the best part is I already have most of the ingredients at home, so thanks for sharing and helping me figure out what to do with all lemon and feta I happen to have!
Thanks for taking the time to post a comment, Caitlin! I hope you like it. It’s super easy to make.
Daisy what a wonderful dip – I imagine this has an awful lot of flavour! I’m coming round to feta – didn’t like it until recently.
It’s simple and easy to make, and so good! I hope you try it.
*Sigh* that has to be yummy!
Yes, it is, Ana! Just combine a few ingredients and you can be eating this, too!
This looks amazing! Feta and lemon are two flavours that I love putting together – add some black olives and sun-dried tomatoes and I’d happily live on it haha
Yes, olives and sun-dried tomatoes are great adds!
That looks incredible. I would have to eat it all by myself, though, since I’m friends with a bunch of feta-haters. Although…judging by how fast I went through the baked feta, that might not be an issue.
My feta obsession is all your fault! I should really thank you…
Daisy – that looks soooo good! I especially love your styling & all of those beautifully colored vegetables. What are the colorful rounds in the front? Potatoes? Turnips?
Thanks so much! I’ve been really getting into food styling lately. It’s so much fun. Those rounds in front are French radishes. They come in a variety of radish peel colors – white, pink, and red. Pretty, right?