9 Fabulous Feta Side Recipes
December 18, 2014
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack, feta can find a way to make it better
Heirloom Tomato Salad
One taste of this salad with juicy tomatoes with tangy cheese and fresh herbs, and you'll never want summer to end. Unadorned, flat-out fab. Click here to see the recipe.
Roasted Beet, Feta & Walnut-Topped Crostini
Don't let the fear of beet stains prevent you from making this perfect party appetizer! When handling cooked or canned beets, it's easy to stain your hands and cutting board from the juices. To prevent this, wear disposable latex gloves and cut beets on a large glass or ceramic plate rather than a cutting board. Click here to see the recipe.
Green Bean and Feta Salad
Fresh green beans are cooked until crisp-tender and tossed with crumbled feta and chopped red onions to make this tasty — and good-looking — side dish. Click here to see the recipe.
Orzo and Broccoli Salad
Prepare your taste buds for flavor overload: This Orzo and Broccoli Salad has Italian dressing, feta, almonds and more. Think you can handle it all? Click here to see the recipe.
Mediterranean Tuna Cold Plate
This delicious sampling of hearty, Mediterranean flavors is a satisfying lunch you won’t believe you pulled together in a matter of minutes! Click here to see the recipe.
Pan-Fried Greek Potatoes
Does it get any better than potatoes and bacon? Yes, actually it does. Add some feta and you get a tangy, savory dish that hits all the right notes! Click here to see the recipe.
Cranberry and Feta Salad with Dijon Vinaigrette
This cranberry and feta salad with Dijon vinaigrette is one of favorite salad recipes with its flavor, burst of color from the cranberries, and surprise taste of Dijon. Click here to see the recipe.
Basil and Tomato-Feta Bruschetta
Got the tomatoes. Got the basil. Check and check. But news flash—we think bruschetta is betta with feta. Check it out and see if you agree.
Prepare using your favorite variety of ATHENOS Crumbled Feta Cheese. Click here to see the recipe.
Feta is Greek for "piece" or "slice," and refers to an important step in the process of making this delicious cheese. Adding this traditional Greek ingredient to a flatbread filled with olives and other fresh vegetables makes for a nutritious dinner option. Click here to see the recipe.