re•cipe: greek layer dip

The best incentive for a clean house is guests, so we decided to have our housewarming party this weekend way before we were ready to at least get the place looking presentable.

Our new digs are in a Greek neighborhood, so we decided to go Greek in our edible offerings- Greek pastries, Greek booze (ouzo-ginger lemonade, anyone?) and Mediterranean appetizers including one I was more than happy to steal from another friend.


She makes this delicious Greek dip at every event she hosts and I just want to devour the entire dish! I know I'm not crazy because people proceeded to ask me for the recipe all weekend long. So, from her to me (with tiny tweaks) to you, here is the star of our weekend:

Greek Layer Dip

by re·solve
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: Refrigerate 1+ hours
Ingredients (8-9" square dish)
  • Two blocks cream cheese
  • One lemon
  • 1 tbsp. Mediterranean seasoning
  • 1 container plain or garlic hummus
  • Crumbled feta cheese
  • 1 cucumber, chopped
  • 2 roma tomatoes, seeded and chopped
  • Pita Chips
Bottom layer: blend two blocks cream cheese with juice of 1 lemon and 1 tbsp. Mediterranean seasoning
Middle layer: Spread hummus (plain and/or garlic) on top of cream cheese layer
Top with Crumbled feta cheese, diced cucumbers, and diced tomatoes
Refrigerate at least 1 hour prior to serving with pita chips
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  1. Hmm, that look so good and easy to make

  2. Guests coming over is by far the best reason to clean your house. And I've never met a dip I didn't like. Sadly, I have yet to find dip-like ingredients here yet.

  3. I love greek food. It sounds yummy. Thank you for sharing.


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