Simple Pitta Bread Tomato and Feta Cheese Appetiser

Easy Pita Bread Tomato and Feta Cheese Appetizer

Hi there,

Hey there everyone!! How are things?  So, yesterday was a bit of an exhausting day.  I had finished cleaning the front lawn from leaves, weeds etc. before leaving for my trip.  I still had the backyard/garden to do but I just couldn’t deal with cleaning that up since it is a bigger area. Work and other projects, have been keeping me very busy lately. 🙂  When I was done with the garden, it looked so nice, neat and pretty!  But when  I returned from Greece it had become a jungle!!! I couldn’t believe my eyes..How does a garden become a jungle in 2 1/2 weeks!!!  I have never seen this happen before. uffff

Yesterday I woke up, worked for a few hours, and then hit the front lawn AGAIN!!  Ok, so after  about 3 hours of trying to make the lawn look decent enough I stopped and went to start on the backyard/garden.  By the time I entered the house to go to the back hubby was already working on it. But it was already 2pm in the afternoon, and the sun was blazing hot hot hot!!  We are suppose to be having a short heatwave here in NL.  🙂  There is a bit more work to be done but I can finish it off next weekend. 🙂

I headed for the kitchen, opened up the cabinets and found some Pitta Breads I brought back from Greece, and made these delicious snacks.  I always have Feta Cheese and Tomatoes on hand so this was going to be simple and it only took me about 10 minutes.  🙂  (Keep in mind that you can always omit the cheese and top the pittas off with some Olives like i did) 🙂

Once the Pitta Snacks where done I spent the rest of the day watching tennis. The much awaited match between Stefanos Tsitsipas and Stan…If you are a tennis fan I am sure you must have enjoyed the match as much as I did!!!  

Wishing everyone a lovely week!! 🙂



  • 6 Pitta Breads cut in 4 pieces
  • 2 cups Cherry Tomatoes / 500 grams Cherry Tomatoes
  • 1 cup Feta Cheese / 250 grams Feta Cheese
  • Onion finely chopped
  • 1 tablespoon Oregano
  • 1 tablespoon Dill
  • 2 tablespoons Smoked Paprika
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • 1/4 cup Olives
  • Olive Oil


  1. Cut Pitta Breads into 4 pieces.
  2. Combine smoked paprika, oregano, oilive oil, salt thoroughly on bread. In a pre-heated oven place bread for a few minutes.
  3. Place tomatoes, dill, onion, oregano, salt, olive oil into a large skillet pan and sauté for a few minutes.
  4. Serve hot!!

Comments (21)

  • popsiclesociety 2 weeks ago Reply
    Oh yes, the garden always needs attention and doesn't like to be left alone 😉 I wish I could have it again! One day for sure 😉 This pitta bread looks amazingly delicious 😋 Only a few ingredients but so good 😋 Oh I'm hungry now 🤪
    foodzesty 2 weeks ago Reply
    Hiiii yep that is so trueee....But it was only 2 1/2 weeks...it made no sense. Hope you have a great week ..Huge hugsssss
  • Invisibly Me 2 weeks ago Reply
    Hahah, a similar thing happens I don’t shave my legs for 2 1/2wks 😆 Sounds like you’ve been busy busy with all the lawn and garden work, good to have most of it out the way for a bit if you’re having a heatwave. Send some of that over to the UK if you like! The recipe looks good, I like that you can change it up a bit with the topping and it's quick to make. Hope you manage a bit of rest & down time this week, Sophie! :) Caz xx
    foodzesty 2 weeks ago Reply
    hahahhahha Cazzz you make me laugh!!!! It is hot again today in NL but I spoke to friends that I have living in the UK and they did tell me that the weather is strange....pfff Rest & down time what is that??? hahhahah I am happy that I am able to be working again..so I am very happy :) Huge hugs Cazzzz
  • Diana Tyler (la muse excentrique) ☕ 2 weeks ago Reply
    This looks delicious! I hope you have a great week, my friend!
    foodzesty 2 weeks ago Reply
    Thank you Diana....Have a great week Huge hugs :)
    Diana Tyler (la muse excentrique) ☕ 2 weeks ago
    You're welcome and thank you! 💙
  • Megala 2 weeks ago Reply
    Wow! Wonderful!
    foodzesty 1 week ago Reply
    Thank you Megala :)
  • FrugalHausfrau 2 weeks ago Reply
    Beautiful! I would love to do this on the grill. With wine involved, lol!! Great recipe!
    foodzesty 1 week ago Reply
    Thank you Mollieee.....Yep that's exactly how I had mine. hehehhehe
    FrugalHausfrau 1 week ago
    After my own heart, lol!!
    foodzesty 1 week ago
    Hugeee hugs
  • Kouzounas Kitchen 1 week ago Reply
    foodzesty 1 week ago Reply
    Thanks so much!! Ela tha se keraso ego ta pitakia kai esu to freddo capuccino :)
    Kouzounas Kitchen 6 days ago
    Erhomeeee :) :)
    foodzesty 6 days ago
    hahahhaha ela se perimenoooooo
    Kouzounas Kitchen 5 days ago
    Yay!! Kalosavatokuriako koukla!!
    foodzesty 5 days ago
    Episeissss filiaaa polla
    Kouzounas Kitchen 2 days ago
    foodzesty 2 days ago
    Kalimera euxomai na eisai kala :)

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