Greek-style bruschetta

Greek-style bruschetta is an appetizing and quick-to-prepare appetizer, an ideal summer recipe to open a dinner or a backyard barbecue, or to serve as tapas for an aperitif. The Greek-style bruschetta are nothing more than croutons topped with a mix of tomatoes, Greek feta cheese, cucumbers, olives and spring onion, all ingredients also common to the famous and delicious Greek salad.
The recipe for these quick bruschettas is therefore really for beginners, the only advice I can give is to cut the ingredients into small cubes, especially if you intend to serve the Greek bruschettas as finger food. For these bruschetta with feta cheese, the most suitable flavoring is oregano, to which I also add a few basil leaves that sweeten the taste of the other ingredients.
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  • DifficultyVery easy
  • CostVery cheap
  • Preparation time15 Minutes
  • Serving4 servings
  • Cooking methodNo cooking
  • CuisineGreek
  • SeasonalityEvergreen

Ingredients for 8 Greek-style bruschetta with feta cheese

8 slices bread (small or 4 large; for me gluten-free)
5 oz cherry tomatoes (150 gr)
3 oz feta cheese (85 gr)
2 oz cucumber (60 gr)
1/2 stick celery (optional)
1/4 red onion
10 greek black olive
4 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1 pinch salt
1 pinch oregano
4 leaves basil

382,77 Kcal
calories per serving
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  • Power 382,77 (Kcal)
  • Carbohydrates 43,13 (g) of which sugars 6,47 (g)
  • Proteins 10,35 (g)
  • Fat 19,14 (g) of which saturated 4,56 (g)of which unsaturated 3,20 (g)
  • Fibers 3,29 (g)
  • Sodium 795,79 (mg)

Indicative values for a portion of 200 g processed in an automated way starting from the nutritional information available on the CREA* and FoodData Central** databases. It is not food and / or nutritional advice.

* CREATES Food and Nutrition Research Center: ** U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. FoodData Central, 2019.


1 Chopping Board
1 Knife
1 Toaster
1 Bowl

How to prepare bruschetta with Greek feta

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To prepare Greek-style bruschetta, start by washing the cherry tomatoes, cucumber and celery well. Peel the cucumber and cut it into fairly small cubes.

peel and cut the cucumber for the bruschetta with feta

Also cut the cherry tomatoes into small pieces. Remove the toughest filaments of the celery and cut it into thin slices.

peel and cut the celery for the Greek bruschetta

Also cut the onion into thin slices. For a more delicate taste you can use spring onion. Pit the Greek olives and cut them into slices. Cut the feta into cubes.

cut the feta cheese in to cubes for the greek-style bruschetta

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and season them with 3 tablespoons of oil, a pinch of salt, the oregano and the chopped basil leaves.

mix all ingredients in a bowl

Toast the slices of bread and season them with a drizzle of oil (8). Distribute the feta and vegetable mix on the bruschetta, without forgetting to sprinkle them with the sauce that remains in the bowl.

Serve the Greek-style bruschetta immediately, as an appetizer or as finger food for an aperitif.

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How to store bruschetta

If they have leftovers, you can keep the bruschetta with feta in the refrigerator for a couple of days.

Tips and variations

You can customize the Greek-style bruschetta according to your taste, adding or eliminating ingredients as you like. The only items that shouldn’t be missing are feta cheese, olives, oregano, and tomato.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Which bread is best to use for bruschetta?

To prepare bruschetta you should use Italian bread, i.e. fresh bread with a crunchy crust and well-alveolate crumb (ciabatta, Tuscan bread, Apulian bread such as that of Altamura are fine) etc. If you can’t find it, you can use fresh baguette-type bread.

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