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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Greek Crostini & the Healthy Mediterranean Diet

We are honored to have as our guest author today-Felicia Mcclinton of with a deliciously healthy recipe for Greek Style Crostini

Greek Style Crostini
8 servings
288 calories per serving


1 lb   of  crusty bread

1 cup  of Greek Kalamata Olives

4 ounces  Greek Feta Cheese

4 tablespoons  Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1 clove Garlic

Salt and Pepper to taste

This recipe is perfect for 8 persons and you can prepare it in 35 minutes. It is a very flavorful and sumptuous dish inspired by the Greek feta croutons and black olives. This is also one of the easiest recipes to prepare.


Make 1.5-inch thick slices of bread. Place the sliced bread in the oven or toaster. Rub garlic on each slice of bread after toasting.

Meanwhile, cut the feta cheese into small cubes. Cut the olives into quarters or halves. In a separate mixing bowl, mix the cubed feta cheese and olives and season with olive oil. Make sure the toasted breads are still hot before sprinkling the cheese and olive mixture. Serve and Enjoy.

***About the Author - Felicia Mcclinton writes for the blog , her personal hobby blog she uses to help people learn how to make Mediterranean recipes to eat healthy to prevent diseases.

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