Feta Salad Shooters
People often ask me what my favorite “kind of food” is. I think they’re expecting me to say “Mexican” or “Italian,” but I always emphatically answer “PARTY FOOD!” For me, it is a whole category of food. I don’t just mean potato chips casually thrown in a plastic bowl, or hot dogs on the grill (although both of those things are good, too). I mean special bites, presented in a lovely manner that make a party feel truly special. Sometimes, I’m positive that I was a wedding caterer in another life.
I’ve found that often, the most popular bites at a party are the ones with the simplest flavors. Those that take just a few in-season ingredients, combine them in the best way possible, and present them in a beautiful package. There’s nothing complicated at all about making a feta salad shooter like this one. At it’s core, it’s just layers of crunchy cucumber, creamy and tangy Président® crumbled feta cheese, and fresh tomato tossed with a little vinaigrette and basil. That’s it. It’s a salad, but an artful salad.
The folks at Président® have the same philosophy as I do when it comes to party food. They are experts when it comes to cheese, and their website is full of simple yet sophisticated recipe ideas for a cheese party, like Feta Skewers and Brie on Garlic Bread. Their high-quality cheeses will enhance anything you choose to make. Embrace “the art of cheese” at your next gathering, and enjoy the compliments!
Yield: 16 servings Prep Time: 15 minutes Adapted from Président® Cheese. Making one of my recipes? Please let me know by sharing a photo on my Facebook page, or uploading to Instagram or Twitter with the tag #foxeslovelemons. It would make my day!
Feta Salad Shooters
Yield: 16 servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Adapted from Président® Cheese.
Making one of my recipes? Please let me know by sharing a photo on my Facebook page, or uploading to Instagram or Twitter with the tag #foxeslovelemons. It would make my day!
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