This past weekend we took part in the 4th Annual Washer Tourney. Our friends throw this party every year and I’m pretty sure people plan their summer vacation around it. It’s always a blast! This year the weather didn’t cooperate at all, but we made due and we still partied and played washer’s until late in the night (morning?).
I always enjoy finding new dishes to bring to these parties that will be a big hit. I’ve become known for bringing food that disappears pretty quickly. I’ve brought the Jalapeno Popper dip, which is always a hit and Lazy Turtles which were devoured. About a week ago I came across a feta dip on Pinterest and decided that it would be the dish to bring. It was a crowd pleaser and was gone within an hour or two!
Easy Bruschetta Dip
Original recipe here
- 4 Roma Tomatoes (seeded)
- 4 green onions (chopped)
- 1/3 cup olive oil
- 1 cup feta cheese (crumbled)
- A sprig of Fresh Rosemary
- A sprig Fresh Thyme
- 2 Tsp Parsely
- 1 tsp Garlic Powder
- French bread
Note: The original recipe called for Greek seasoning, which you can definitely use instead of the spices and herbs I listed. I have a herb garden so I decided to use fresh herbs and garlic powder instead. Also, you can easily use less or more of the tomatoes, onions and cheese depending on your taste preference and how many people you are feeding.
Remove the seeds from the tomatoes and chop into small pieces. Chop green onions and herbs (if using fresh) and crumble the feta (or use pre crumbled like me). Combine the tomatoes, green onions, feta and spices/herbs in a bowl and mix with a spoon.
Pour olive oil onto a flat serving dish. You can use 1/3 cup here or just spread the oil around until it covers the bottom with a thin layer. Spoon the tomato mixture on top of the olive oil. Once evenly spread, slice your french bread and lay around the serving dish.
Eat and enjoy! It’s such an easy, healthy, delicious summer recipe!