Tag: pita

Greek Tuna Melt

Figs & Feta’s Greek Tuna Melt is tangy, lemony and rich with the fresh and savory flavors of the Mediterranean. Plus! A giveaway!

This post is sponsored by Genova.Genova provided me with free Genova products for the purpose of this post, as well as compensation for my time. As always, all opinions expressed in this post are mine.

Greek-Tuna-Melt-|figsandfeta.comI am always excited to try products new to me and even more excited to accept the challenge of working a product into a Greek or Mediterranean dish (see: Greekify!) So when I received a gorgeous and generous gift basket from Genova Seafood I could not wait to get started in the test kitchen. After opening a can of Genova tuna I knew immediately that the savory tuna and olive oil it was packed in would add an amazing Mediterranean touch to a Greek Tuna Melt.

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Oregano Pita Chips

Homemade & Delicious!

Homemade Oregano Pita Chips | figsandfeta.com

Homemade Oregano Pita Chips are so ridiculously easy to prepare.  Once you taste these homemade chips, it’s quite possible you may never be able to bring yourself to purchase a bag of them at the grocery store again.

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Spinach, Leek and Feta Pie (Spanakoprasopita)

Spinach-Leek-Pie-12Off a highway in Antirrio, Greece, there is a small rest stop that boasts they have the best and largest selection of “pita” or “pie” (and I’m not referring to a New York pie, a.k.a. pizza, or a dessert pie such as apple – I’m talking savory pies made with handmade filo dough!). I’ve frequented this particular rest stop, and can confirm their boast is justified. On any given day they serve up about 20 different pitas – cheese, spinach, leek, sausage, egg, grilled peppers… you get the picture.


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Spicy Lentil Bean Hummus Dip


College basketball fans have March.  World-class amateur athletes have the Olympic games.  Children have summer.  There are particular times of the year that “belong”  to certain groups of people or are associated to certain things.  For some it is currently a time of fasting in preparation for Easter, therefore it is the season of the lentil bean.  The one time of year where this tiny, pebble-looking bean becomes fairly common in the homes of many.


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