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Parsley flat bread with two feta spreads

This parsley bread is so easy to make and also much healthier than the crackers you buy. You can vary endlessly with the taste. So you can try garlic bread or pumpkin bread ... You will certainly surprise your guests with it and it is also very tasty ...
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 35 mins
Course Tapas, Entrées
Cuisine Own recipe, Vegeterian, Mediderranean
Servings 6 pers

Ingredients
  

Parsley flat bread

  • 50 gr parsley fresh
  • 3 eggs
  • 150 gr flour I used outmeal flour
  • salt and pepper

Feta - olives spread

  • 50 gr feta
  • 125 gr greek yogurt
  • 1 tblspoon oregano
  • 125 gr black olives
  • 2 tblspoon Olive oil

Feta - tomato spread

  • 50 gr feta
  • 125 gr greek yogurt
  • 125 gr dried tomatoes in oil
  • 1/2 clove garlic
  • 1 tspoon spicy red pepper powder
  • 2 tblspoon Olive oil

Instructions
 

Parsley flat bread

  • Mix all ingredients together and chop them finely with the blender or cutter. Season with pepper and salt. Preheat the over at 180º. Place baking paper in a baking dish and spread the dough over a thickness of +/- 7 mm. Bake at 180º for 15 minutes. Eat the bread when it is still a little bit warm.

Feta - olives spread

  • Puree the feta and black olives with a fork. Mix in the yogurt and oregano. Season with pepper if desired. (Note: I think feta is already sufficiently salted and therefore I do not add extra salt) To finish, sprinkle with some olive oil.

Feta - tomatoes spread

  • Chop the dried tomatoes (in oil) into very fine pieces. (Note: if you only have dried dried tomatoes, you have to let them soak in oil one night) Finely crush the feta with a fork. Mix the feta, yogurt, tomatoes and the spicy paprika powder. To finish, sprinkle with some olive oil.

Notes

 
FETA:
We mainly know Feta cheese from Greece and is made from sheep's and goat's milk. The cheese has less fats and calories than the aged cheeses that we know such as Parmesan or Cheddar. In the Mediterranean diet, and certainly in Greece, Feta is on the menu almost daily.
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