Greek Salad Skewers are a quick and easy appetizer perfect for any party or celebration. I made these tasty little bites for this month's Mediterranean Progressive Eats Dinner.
This month's Progressive Eats Dinner theme is Mediterranean and is being hosted by Megan of Stetted. I was pretty excited for this one because I love Mediterranean flavors but don't make them near often enough. It's been ages since I made my whipped feta spread!
These Greek Salad Skewers are so quick and easy that they are going to be my new go-to appetizer for every get together!
There are just a few ingredients: fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion along with Kalamata olives and Feta cheese. I made a quick vinaigrette for drizzling over the skewers and it was ready to go in under 15 minutes.
This recipe makes 12 skewers but it is easy enough to double for a crowd. My kids were scooped these up and were begging for more.
These appetizers are just so bright and flavorful and are great for any celebration, from New Year's Eve celebrations to the 4th of July, they are perfectly simple!
You can find those cute little bamboo skewers from Amazon!
Join Us for a Mediterranean Feast
- Spiced Chickpeas with Feta and Preserved Lemons
- Roasted Greek Lemon Cauliflower and Potatoes with Feta from Jeanette’s Healthy Living
- Ricotta and Herb Stuffed Eggplant from Lana's Cooking
- Vassilopitta (New Year Wish Cake) from girlichef
- Orange Chocolate Olive Oil Marble Cake from Life’s A Feast
- 12 bite-size slices red onion
- 12 slices cucumber
- 6 cherry tomatoes, cut in half (or 12 whole if they are small)
- 12 bite-size chunks feta cheese (about 2 oz)
- 12 Kalmata olives (pitted)
- ¼ cup olive oil
- 2 teaspoons red wine vinegar
- 1 teaspoon Cavender's Greek seasoning
- 12 wooden skewer picks
- Thread vegetables, cheese and olives onto wooden skewers. Mix olive oil, vinegar, and Greek seasoning together. Drizzle over skewers. Serve immediately.
Welcome to Progressive Eats, our virtual version of a progressive dinner party. This month's theme is Mediterranean Food and is hosted by Megan Myers who blogs at Stetted. Try something new for the New Year; a mix of appetizers, salads, main dish and desserts all featuring recipes with a Mediterranean look and feel.
If you're unfamiliar with the concept, a progressive dinner involves going from house to house, enjoying a different course at each location. With Progressive Eats, a theme is chosen each month, members share recipes suitable for a delicious meal or party, and you can hop from blog to blog to check them out.
We have a core group of 12 bloggers, but we will always need substitutes and if there is enough interest would consider additional groups. To see our upcoming themes and how you can participate, please check out the schedule at Creative Culinary or contact Barb for more information.
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