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Feta Salsa

July 9, 2010

So after a long day at work, Laura and I got together with some hard cider and our favorite girls, Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda, and the idea of cooking something quickly.  Laura has been saving some recipes, so we decided that this feta salsa recipe looked easy, fast and delicious!  We went to the store, grabbed a baguette and some brie to go along with our salsa as well.  Overall, we had a nice and relaxing night filled with scrumptious food!

xo,

Amy and Laura

This recipe only took about 15 minutes and provided great munchies for our Sex and the City marathon.  You only need a couple of ingredients.

Here is what you need.

We took an even easier route and bought 1/2 a pound of feta already crumbled, as well as already chopped sundried tomatoes in a bit of oil and just combined them.

Meanwhile, I chopped up 1/2 a cup of already pitted kalamata olives.

Laura took over the chopping of the scallions.

Then I quickly chopped up some parsley.

Then we combined everything together in a bowl.

Then just drizzle a little bit of olive oil over it all.

Mix it all together and look what you get!

The next day I even had wrap for lunch and used the salsa in it.

(just added some avocados to it the next day)

Here is the recipe for Feta Salsa (adapted from SmittenKitchen.com):

1.  Crumble your feta into a bowl.

2.  Chop your tomatoes, scallions, parsley, and olives all up into bite sized pieces.

3.  Drizzle olive oil over the bowl until you get the taste that you want.

4.  Mix everything together, then spread it over a piece of bread, crackers, or in a salad….really anything you want.

Ingredients:

1/2 pound feta
2/3 cup sundried tomatoes in oil
1/2 cup pitted Kalamata olives
3 tablespoons flat-leaf parsley
2 scallions
Olive oil to taste

The best part is that you can add/change/delete whatever you want.  So go out and create your own recipes and have fun!

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