These hot and cold appetizers have four things in common:
- they're Greek favorites,
- they're delicious,
- prep time is 15 minutes or less, and
- (if hot) combined prep/cook time is 30 minutes or less.
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A Slice of Feta
This is the ultimate Greek touch to any table, whether you're serving appetizers or a full meal. Total prep/cooking time: 2 minutes
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These fried zucchini are delicious! Soda water in the batter makes them delightfully airy and crunchy. Total cook/prep time: 25 minutes.
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Almost too quick and easy to be called a "recipe," the dakos is a signature dish on the Greek island of Crete and is a favorite served with drinks - from beer to raki to wine. No rusks? Try it with grilled bread. Total prep/cook time: 5 minutes.
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A quick blender recipe made with black or green Greek olives, this tapenade brings a tart taste to the selection of appetizers. Total prep/cook time: 15 minutes.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Every appetizer selection needs a warm, gooey cheese addition - at least in Greece, and here's a classic. Total prep/cook time: 20 minutes.
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Use mild to hot peppers depending on your preference to add the right touch of heat to your appetizers. Total prep/cook time: 15 minutes.
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We do love our cheeses and this dish is one of the most famous made in Greece. If you're brave, add 2 tablespoons of brandy and flambé it just before serving. Total prep/cook time: 25 minutes.
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Greek Boiled Shrimp with Latholemono
The classic latholemono sauce (whisked up in a flash) gives boiled shrimp an authentic Greek touch - and fabulous taste. If you start with shrimp that have already been boiled: Total prep/cook time: 10 minutes. If not, total time comes to 30 minutes (including 5 minutes to boil).