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.
Clink the link to follow me over to A Lucky Life blog for the recipe for this “must make” Feta and Lemon Dip.
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- feta cheese and olive swirl bread (daisysworld.net)
- lamb slider with feta cheese, red onions, and cumin-mayonnaise (daisysworld.net)
- feta baked in tomato sauce (ieatthepeach.wordpress.com)
- Recipe: Whipped Feta Spread (domestocrat.net)