5 Reviews

I'll do this dip again but I'll have to change a few things. I won't use sugar as I feel like it's too sweet. I added more cayenne pepper and also red pepper flakes cause it was not enough spicy. I served it with toasted pita. Thanks Dancer :) Made for Healthy tag game

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Boomette January 16, 2011

I found this dip tantalizing! The contrast between the feta cheese and sweet roasted red pepper is so simple, yet complex. I tasted it with and without the sugar, and I recommend the sugar. Thanks for posting, I could eat this with everything.

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threeovens January 22, 2010

The sweetness of the roasted peppers nicely balances the saltiness of the feta. I didn't even need to add the sugar.

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iris5555 January 20, 2007

This dip paired well with baguette slices as well as pita crisps at the get together to which I took it. The red pepper is refreshing and I didn't use any sugar. The cayenne adds the hint of something unexpected. Not bad!

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woodland hues January 28, 2006

I made this dip for a Christmas lunch I am hosting and it turned out great. I'm going to serve it with whole wheat crackers and blanched broccoli Put the pepper in the blender before the feta so as not to clog the blade(probably common knowledge). The pepper adds such a nice sweetness it might not even require the pinch of sugar - taste it first. I might use one more pepper next time because it was really "feta-y". Thanks for posting!

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Natalia 3 January 01, 2005
Greek Low-Fat Red Pepper Feta Dip