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My Easy Greek Kabob + Feta Dressing

August 28, 2011 by Joan Nova in Condiments, Seafood | 13 Comments

Simple to do…and simply delicious! There’s not even that much to say, but please scroll down after photos, ingredients and kabob tip for 3 personal messages at the end.

Instead of the usual kabob set-up (alternating ingredients), I decided to group each with its own…and I must say, while it tastes the same, I like the presentation better. So, on went thinly sliced potato, then came the zucchini, followed by the shrimp and mushrooms. Oops, no room for tomatoes so I just laid them on the grill pan.

I liked the presentation so much, I plated it the same way.

While it doesn’t look so pretty once the dressing was poured, taste trumps…and this tasted damn good!

Feta Dressing: crumbled feta, scallions, pitted and crushed calamata olives, minced roasted pepper, minced scallion, evoo to cover, fresh lemon juice, salt/pepper/oregano.


A Few Notes:

  • I hope all my readers, blogging friends and their families fared well during Hurricane Irene. We, in FL, know well what it’s like.
  • FOODalogue reached it’s 3rd birthday this month without any fanfare or celebration. I’m a bad mommy!
  • I apologize for that garish orange placemat. It hurts my eyes too! :)
NOTE: Some recipes found on FOODalogue are offered without ingredient quantities. They're meant as a guide to food pairings and techniques to be experimented with … in your own kitchen … to your own spice and taste levels … to your preferred portion sizes … and to however many people you’re cooking for. A perfect meal has multiple levels of flavor and textures, bright colors and tastes, and healthy(ish) choices. It's all about enjoyment. Enjoy the process, the presentation and the just rewards...eating!


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  1. Congratulations and happy blog anniversary Joan. Your kabobs are so pretty and I really like the feta dressing.
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  2. Ivy says:

    Happy blog anniversary Joan and wish you many more to come. Delicious souvlakia, full of summer flavours.
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  3. bellini says:

    Feta dressing has me hooked Joan. The placemat is festive, a celebration of 3 wonderful years. We have done so much and met so many wonderful friends through blogging.

  4. Manu says:

    These kabobs look sooo yummy and the dressing has been bookmarked… I am a big fan of feta!!! :-)

    Happy 3rd blog anniversary!

  5. Love the souvlaki Joan…great thinking again. Enjoy your blog’s birthday! I look forward to many more…
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  6. Buela says:

    Who knew !!!
    And officially a toddler in human years but in Blog years a pro. Much success.
    Nothing in Tarpon Springs to match todays beautiful meal.

  7. norma says:

    Happy blogaversary amiga. There is nothing better than food on a stick. Great presenttaion and I like the orange placemat….
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  8. Happy Blog Birthday! This recipe is so wonderfully colorful and fresh looking. All the right colors for a healthy dinner.
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  9. Congratulations for your anniversary and way to go, celebrating with bright colors and feta!
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  10. Happy three years. I’m glad you’re my blogging friend and that you’re here. I don’t care about the orange placemat. I adore the white plate. I have a thing for white plates. Are you going to foodbuzz?

  11. These are fun kebabs and I love the feta dressing here. congrats on your 3-year blog birthday!

  12. elly says:

    I always do kabobs separately because it seems that when you mix things, one of them inevitably ends up over (or under) cooked. Love your feta dressing!

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