Layered Greek Hummus Dip
I’ve made this Layered Greek Hummus Dip two weekends in a row for family get-togethers and let’s just say both times the clean-the-plate-club was in full effect. People hovered, people oohed and aahed, I even witnessed some pita chip jabbing.
I think it’s safe to say, this dip was a hit.
Personally anything served with pita chips is not typically safe around me. This dip definitely falls into that category. If you wanted, you could make these homemade Baked Pita Chips for a healthier chip option.
It’s a great dip to put together if you are short on time and have to bring something to a get together last minute. It’s also great for snacking on a casual Saturday night in. I’m pretty much in love with this dish and I have a feeling you will be too.Print
Layered Greek Hummus Dip
- Category: Appetizer
- Cuisine: Mediterranean
- 2 cups prepared hummus (I used Sabra Classic Hummus in Family Size)
- 1/2 lemon
- 1 12 oz jar of quartered and marinated artichoke hearts, roughly chopped in large pieces
- 1 bell pepper, chopped (I used 1/2 of a red bell and 1/2 of a yellow bell pepper for color)
- 1/3 – 1/2 seedless cucumber, chopped
- 4 oz crumbled feta cheese
- big handful of pitted kalamata olives, rough chopped
- 3 – 4 pepperoncini peppers, rough chopped
- Layer prepared hummus on the bottom of your serving dish. (I used a dish that measured approximately 8×8). Squeeze lemon over the hummus.
- Add layers of artichokes, chopped pepper, cucumber, feta, olives and pepperoncini over hummus. Cover and chill in the refrigerator if not serving immediately.
- Serve with pita chips and enjoy!
Thank you to Babble.com for including Aggie’s Kitchen on their Top 100 Mom Food Blogs for 2012…ranking #2 Overall, #1 Best Recipes, and a few others – totally honored, thank YOU! (while you’re at it, check out all the other fantastic food blogs featured!)
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Congrats!!! Well deserved!! Hummus and feta? Winning!!
First of all a big ole CONGRATULATIONS GirlFriend on the MUCH DESERVED ranking on Babble’s Mom Blogs!!!! SOOOOOO happy for you and SOOOOO proud of you.
Now, this recipe…. looks delish. We get those chips at Costco each week (*ahem* I may or may not consume quite a few) and I LOVE hummus. Definitely gonna make this soon!!
I love hummus! I usually make mine with cannellini beans instead of chickpeas. I just love it! Looking forward to trying this! 🙂
PS: CONGRATULATIONS! 🙂
Love this dip. And I LOVE the peperoncini peppers on top. Everytime I make it, it’s the first thing gone. People love it!!
I added pepperoncinis at the last minute, they added a great zing to it!! thanks for the inspiration 🙂
That is so awesome! This dip looks awesome. We are on the same track I’ve got a yummy dip coming up with Sabra hummus!
If I’m not making my own hummus, then it’s got to be Sabra 🙂
can’t wait to check out your dip!
Oh yum! All my favorite flavors here!
i could seriously eat every bit of this all by myself. holy.delicious.
it is really holy delicious. go make it for yourself for dinner! 🙂
Absolutely adore this Aggie. These flavors are some of my favorites. Love this dip!!
This looks so delicious, it has all my favorite things in it!
thanks! It is all my favorite things too! (I could eat this every day!)
I love hummus, and this dip takes that love to a new level. Great idea!!
Mmm love this dip!
I love this dip, Aggie!! I think it will have to make an appearance at our house when we have guests over. Huge congratulations again, you deserve the recognition!! xoxo
you are sweet, thank you! yes, you have to make this, people LOVE it. I was surprised (not really?) at how quickly it disappeared!
I LOVE Pita chips and I’d probably eat that entire bowl of dip if it was in front of me right now!
I’m a pita chip junkie, I can relate. I’d share with you though 🙂
I’m going to try this, Aggie. Yummy! Pinning now …
Love those chips, too. We always serve those. 🙂
those chips are my favorite! 🙂 thanks for the pin friend!
Congrats on the well-deserving honor, Aggie 🙂
Love the layered greek hummus dip — looks delectable!
thank you so much Kiran!
Oh AGGIE!!! Congrats!! What wonderful news, and the dip looks delicious!
thank you!! 🙂
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Congratulations! I just started working with ZipList myself, it’s great (though I haven’t imported some of my more complex recipes because I can’t compartmentalize side recipes as much as I’d like).
The dip looks great!
Oh, yum — I’m a sucker for hummus, and this layered version looks to die for. And congrats!!!
A huge CONGRATS on your Babble rankings – AWESOME!!! And this dip? Oh my, I must try.
First, CONGRATULATIONS on all of your success!! That’s great, you have a lot to be proud of and it is all well deserved 🙂
I can however see where all that success comes from — this dip is blowing my mind. YUMMMMM!!
Your dip looks fabulous! I just made a similar recipe last month and I’m still dreaming about it. I love the use of pepperoncini peppers!
I make something similar too! Love!
Dip-shmip. That looks like dinner tomorrow night!
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I’m a fool for all things Greek. Pinning for future party use!
What a pretty dip! It sounds so tasty!
Congratulations on a well-deserved honor!! This dip looks great – different than the usual dips and full of great flavors.
This sounds yummy!!! Can’t wait to try
So happy and proud of you for the Babble mention! Woo-hoo!
This is a perfect recipe and high my “must try soon” list! Love it!
This dip looks awesome…perfect for the upcoming football season! 🙂
Congrats on the Bable honor Aggie! How totally cool!
Now this dip looks totally amazing and I love all the layered goodies! 🙂
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Love this. The salty feta paired with hummus is delicious .