Greek Layered Dip
1/2 Cup / 5 oz (142g) Plain Yogurt 1/2 Cup / 5 oz (142g) Sour Cream 1 Cup / 10 oz (283g) Hummus 6 oz (170g) Feta Cheese 8 oz (227g) Grape Tomatoes 1/2 Bunch / 1 oz (28g) Italian Parsley 4 oz (113g) Olive 2 Cucumbers 1 Garlic Clove 1 Red Onion Dried Oregano, Dried Basil Salt, Black Pepper Preparations: 1- Dice the red onion, feta cheese, olive, and the cucumber. 2- Mince the parsley. Directions: 1- Combine plain yogurt and sour cream in bowl. 2- Stir in dried oregano and basil. 3- Add black pepper and a pinch of salt. 4- Mash a fresh garlic into the bowl and stir until well mixed. 5- Spread the mixture over a dish (of your choice) surface. 6- Add a layer of hummus. 7- Top with layers of diced cucumber, red onions, tomatoes, olives, parsley, and diced feta cheese. 8- Serve with cracker or chips.
Greek Layered Dip CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Freshly and homemade Greek Layered dip is filed with antioxidants and vitamins. Greek yogurt is an excellent source of protein. Yogurt is probiotics. It contains microorganisms that are believed to be very beneficial to our immune system. The fresh use of herbs in this recipe bring more vitamins and antioxidants to this dip. One serving (3.5 oz / 100g) of Greek layered dip has 90 calories (54 calories from fat), 5.9g total fat (2.8g saturated fat), 12mg cholesterol, 241mg sodium, 168mg potassium, 6.3g total carbohydrates (1.6g dietary fiber, 2.1g sugars), and 3.7g protein.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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