Greek Bruschetta

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Greek Bruschetta provides a great appetizer with it’s lovely fresh flavors. Great snack for any occasion.

Greek Bruschetta is a delicious, but simple to make appetizer. Easy to prepare, great for parties, holiday entertaining or Friday night!

Greek Bruschetta might just be one of my favorite appetizers of all times.  I love just about any Greek flavor, and this combination of feta, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives – just yum.  I promise you’re going to love it!  You can eat it as an app (I did) or top some fish or chicken with this (that is on my list of things to do).

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As a note – I used my food processor to get this fine of a chop on everything.  If you don’t like things super finely chopped – by all means get out your knife!  If you don’t have a food processor?  That’s ok too – you have a few options:  your knife, a grater (for the cucumbers), or a good blender.  The great thing about Greek Bruschetta is that the chop doesn’t have to be perfect.  Make it the size you like and roll with it!

Also, because of how finely I chopped, I got some water when I was cutting (the cucumber and a bit of tomato).  I drained off some – didn’t worry about getting it all.

If you like Greek Bruschetta check out some of my other favorites:

Feta Olive Dip | Who Needs A Cape? Feta Olive Dip

Next time you need an appetizer in a hurry, whip up this flavor packed Roasted Garlic Parmesan Dip. Creamy with delicious flavors, perfect for a crowd. Roasted Garlic Parmesan Dip

Greek Bruschetta

Greek Bruschetta

Ingredients

  • 1 Cucumber
  • 1/2 Red Onion
  • 1 C Grape Tomatoes
  • 1/4 Calamata Olives
  • 1/4-1/2 C Crumbled Feta

Instructions

  1. Chop all ingredients (or use food processor)
  2. Stir together gently
  3. Let sit at least an hour before serving
  4. Refrigerate left overs

Greek Bruschetta is a delicious, but simple to make appetizer. Easy to prepare, great for parties, holiday entertaining or Friday night!

Comments

  1. Thank you I’m doing a Greek feast 4 my school and this works

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