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Greek Dip and Veggies

My niece introduced us to this dip many years ago at a shower. I like to serve it with veggies that you would find in a Greek salad.

  • 1/3 cup miracle whip
  • 1/3 cup plain or Greek yogurt
  • 2/3 cup crumbled feta with oregano and sun dried tomatoes
  • 1 Tbsp ranch salad dressing (optional)
  • 1 Tbps Greek salad dressing (optional)
  • 1 small clove garlic, crushed
  • 1/3 - 1/2 cucumber (peeled and finely chopped)
  1. Stir ingredients together, adding cucumber just before serving.
  2. Serve with your choice of cucumbers, green and red peppers, tomatoes and olives


  1. I will be trying this recipe soon!

  2. That sounds like a great dip recipe! So pretty too.

  3. this sounds wonderful, I love the addition of cucumber!

  4. What a nice change of pace for a veggie dip. I'm going to try this, thank you!

  5. sounds yummy. when you say a T. of dressing, do you mean powdered dressing mix or the actual dressing?

  6. A couple of questions. When you say feta with oregano and sundried tomatoes, I guess you mean feta that comes with those ingredients already in there? If I have regular feta, then just "some" oregano, and "some" tomato? Would it work without the sundried tomatoes?
    And secondly, why do spammy postings like the one from early this morning get posted? I've seen them before under MGCC's questions.

    1. I'm smiling at your question on spammy comments. We have a lot more like that hanging out in the spam filter, but some - for some unknown reason- get through and we delete them when we see them. They are very annoying.

      About the feta, my preferred feta for salads and this recipe is a brand that has the oregano and sundried tomato in it, but you can use regular feta and leave it at that or add some oregano. I would not add the sundried tomato as it's not very obvious in that cheese. Hope it works well for you, Colleen.


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