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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Baked Feta


Baked Feta - where have you been all my life?!  We recently discovered baked feta at one of our favorite pizza places.  We usually get garlic cheese bread to start, but we saw someone order baked feta and it looked great.  We gave it a try the next time we went and fell in love with it!  I can't believe we've never tried this before!!  

We hadn't been to eat pizza in a while, so we decided to make some baked feta at home last weekend. This is a very simple dip; it only has three ingredients.   It tasted just as good as the restaurant's version - creamy and a little spicy.  We almost ate the whole thing (we are little piggies).  Give this a try at your Super Bowl party this weekend.  Your guests will LOVE it!!




Baked Feta
6 oz crumbled feta
3/4 cup pizza sauce
1/4 tsp red pepper flakes (or more if you want it spicier)
16 oz french bread loaf, sliced

Preheat oven to 350.  Combine feta, pizza sauce and red pepper flakes in a bowl.  Transfer mixture to a small gratin dish or shallow baking dish.  Bake for 20 minutes or until bubbly.  Serve with sliced french bread.

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20 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, this looks amazing and so easy! I love feta! Thank you for sharing!

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  2. that looks amazing! I adore feta! Although I can't find good feta here, I like it when it comes in the salty brine, not pre-crumbled.

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  3. Oh my.....fabulous! I actually haven't seen this before, but I must try it out. I fear I will have to guard it from the hubby. ;)

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  4. I love feta(!!!) but I don't really love pizza sauce, actually I'm not a big fan of red sauce in general even though I love tomatoes. Do you think this could be done with a white sauce, maybe alfredo? It sounds good but it might be too rich. Thoughts?

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  5. This looks so good! I am all about trying new dips so this will certainly be added to my list.

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  6. That's easy enough and looks really good.

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  7. shelley - alfredo might work. I might add some pesto and garlic to it too. That sounds really good!!

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  8. That looks delicious. I think I'll try it.

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  9. Ummm YES, the idea of adding pesto and garlic to it makes it sound ever more delicious, must try soon!!

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  10. shelley - I might have to try that version this weekend!

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  11. Sounds and looks super for the super bowl!

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  12. Hi, this sounds really good! Did you buy a block of feta & crumble or did you use pre-crumbled?
    Thanks!

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  13. This just came up on my pinterest feed, and the article says "super bowl party THIS weekend." Had a moment of panic before I saw it's from 2011! I thought I had forgotten the Super Bowl! Thanks for the delicious recipe, and the affirmation that my heart is, in fact, still working ;)

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  14. I wonder how this would be with some mini pepperonis. I love feta and can't wait to try this.

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  16. What about hot salsa sauce instead of pizza sauce ?

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  17. Bogga Gunnars - that sounds really good. If you try it, let me know how it turns out. I might give that a try this weekend.

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  18. I bet this would be good with crumbled goat cheese also!

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  19. I just brought this up to make again - I've made it a few times now! - and wanted to mention that I make it in a slow cooker to make it easier to serve. I just keep it plugged in for the party and it stays nice and warm. Such a simple recipe - I love it!

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