Adventures in Everyday Entertaining
I was first introduced to this recipe over 10 years ago when a friend of mine started selling ‘Southern Living’ products. She did a demo of this recipe during the home party and I’ve been making it ever since. It’s very tasty and simple to make! The original recipe calls for 2 teaspoons of ‘Greek Seasoning’ but as you’ll see below I have concocted my own version of this seasoning with herbs and spices I always have on hand.
Greek Bread — modified from Southern Living
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Combine room temperature cream cheese and mayonnaise. Add oregano, onion powder, and garlic salt. Stir until completely combined.
Cut french bread in half the long ways and then cut each half into six to eight pieces.
Spread cream cheese mixture evenly over the inside of each piece of bread.
Top each piece with feta cheese.
Slice kalamata olives and pepperoncini peppers. Top each piece with a handful of olives and peppers. (If making for a mixed group, I often will do half without peppers for those who don’t like them).
Put bread on a cookie sheet or baking stone. Bake for 10-12 minutes, or until bread is crusty and top is melted.
Bite into this savory treat!
This looks so good! You have some seriously amazing recipes, Kenley!
Thank you so much Joan! I really appreciate that!
My friends will love this.!
Thanks! Hope they do 🙂
Yum, I love pepperoncini peppers! This looks delish Kenley 🙂
Thanks Judy! 🙂 Glad you like it.
These look like a wonderful appetizer. (Not too hard to make when pressed for time!) 🙂
Thanks so much! And yes — it really is a nice and quick appetizer 🙂
This recipe will still be among the best after 100 years!
Thanks Danny! It really is one of my favorites 🙂
This really looks yummy and I have pinned it. Can you clarify what Pepperoncini Peppers are. Where do I find them in the grocery store? Thanks!
Thanks for pinning, Thea! Pepperoncini peppers are similar to a banana pepper if that helps. They have a zip to them but aren’t overly spicy. I always get them in a jar found in the same section as jars of olives.
Wow, what a great idea for an easy appetizer! And I happen to have a jar of banana peppers in the fridge that I need to use up, so this might be happening tonight… 🙂
Thanks Erika! Hope you enjoy 🙂
Just what I like — simple, delicious and beautiful. Thanks for this!
You’re quite welcome, Adam! Glad you enjoy it 🙂
Anything with feta, olives and peppers is good. I will remember this for my catering this summer. Looks delish.
Thanks so much! I find it to be very tasty and quite easy to make for a quick appetizer!