A heavenly Feta Cheese Appetiser

What can I possibly say about this appetiser besides that it is a melt in your mouth POW!! WOW!! delicious dish.  If you watched the Batman and Robin series with Adam West growing up like I did with my brother then you would know the word POW!! hahahaha. I wasn’t really interested in watching it just watched it because my brother was and still is a fan of Batman.  🙂  (I can’t remember simple things but I can remember this!!) 🙂

I promised my good blogger friend Dee dee that I would post this recipe as soon as I could, but I needed to go shopping for the Feta.  I found original Feta Cheese in a local supermarket!!! unbelievable and yet true..:)  I asked the sales person if they were carrying any other Greek brand besides the one on the shelves but unfortunately this is the only brand they sell. 

Living in Greece for so many years with the wide variety of Feta to choose I have to admit that my absolutely favorite is a soft Feta cheese that melts when you would spread it on a slice of bread.   Sounds delicious mmhh still is. 🙂

Ingredients:

250 grams Feta Cheese

1 cup tomatoes chopped

1/2 cup Onion chopped

1 tablespoon Parsley finely chopped

2 tablespoons of Olive Oil

1 tablespoon Oregano (optional)

Pinch of Pepper (optional)

1/2 Bell Pepper chopped (optional)

 

Preparation:

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Place Feta into a baking pan.

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In a bowl add in the onion, tomatoes.

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Continue adding parsley, pepper, olive oil, oregano, pepper and stir.

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Pre-heat oven at 180 degrees for 20 minutes or until cheese has melted..

Kali Orexi!! 🙂

 

 

 

 

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30 Comments Add yours

  1. Ramyarecipes says:

    It looks colorful and best recipe for cheese lovers .. nice share 🙂

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    1. foodzesty says:

      Awww thanks so much 🙂

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    1. foodzesty says:

      It was Karin belive me 🙂

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  2. jyo says:

    Love the every ingredient u used and very appealing to the eyes Sophie ✌✌

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    1. foodzesty says:

      Awwww thank you so much Jyo huge hugs:)

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  3. kasiawrites says:

    Oh my! This made me hungry! I believe I can make it! 🤞🏻

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    1. foodzesty says:

      It really is simple Kasia…but if you need anything let me know 🙂

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  4. mistimaan says:

    Loved the recipe

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    1. foodzesty says:

      hahahahahhaaa as promised 🙂

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  5. Oh my!!!! Ok, Sophie, I have one question, hopefully it won’t be the dumbest one you hear all day. Do you bake the cheese by itself, then pour the tomato, onion mixture over top when you take it out of the oven? Or do you pour the mixed ingredients over top of the cheese, and bake everything until the cheese is melted?

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    1. foodzesty says:

      I pour all the ingredients on top of the cheese and then bake until cheese melts.. But keep in mind that if you find original Greek Feta Cheese it might not melt completely.

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      1. foodzesty says:

        Your very welcome….:)

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  6. Sophie, that looks amazing! We love Feta at home and will definitely try this one! 🙂

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    1. foodzesty says:

      Thank you Veroooo 🙂

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  7. Just_Me :) says:

    I never really liked cheese, any kind of cheese but maybe three years ago, I tasted feta cheese the first time and I liked it. Not that I eat a lot of it now but there’s just something about its taste that I can’t explain that makes me eat it every once in a while. 🙂

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  8. Novus Lectio says:

    Sent you a mail love

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    1. foodzesty says:

      Hi ok will check it out! Have a lovely evening 🙂

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  9. annika says:

    I love this! I’ve book-marked it for summertime when my garden will be bursting with tomatoes and parsely. Did you use fresh oregano or dried?

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    1. foodzesty says:

      Hi and thank you…Well during the summer fresh and during the winter if I can’t find fresh I use dried, which I usually bring back with me from Greece. 🙂 hehehe

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      1. annika says:

        I get the dried version straight from a friend in Greece… I like it more than the the fresh ones that grow in my garden! xx

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      2. foodzesty says:

        Yes, me too…but because I use it during the winter I have to have some suppy of the dried version. 🙂

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  10. calmkate says:

    yum! ALL favourite ingredients of mine 🙂

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  11. Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) says:

    Yummy! I am so happy that I found your blog! I have to ask though, is Kali Orexi the same as say, Bon Appétit?

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    1. foodzesty says:

      Yes, Kali Orexi is Bon Appetit in Greek 🙂

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      1. Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) says:

        Nice! I’ll start saying this instead of Bon Appétit so I can learn the language better.

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