Much To My Delight

Much To My Delight

Roasted Red Pepper and Feta Dip

Let’s do a little test. When I say the word “dip”, what is the first thing that comes to your mind?
A) skinny
B) chewing tobacco
C) a flaky person
D) chips
If you chose A, well good for you. You sound like a good time. I personally think of another word when I hear the word dip. That word is par-tay. Dips are party food man, even when it’s just you, sitting at home on the couch watching “Teen Mom 2″ and thanking your lucky stars you didn’t deliver twins when you were 16 and still looking to party with something more thrilling than dip.
Anyway, I’m way past 16, so I get my jollies by coming up with a new dip recipe. It only goes up from here folks! Next stop is a shopping spree at Dress Barn! This little bowl of delight is Roasted Red Pepper and Feta Dip, and it is yum-tastic.
roasted red pepper and feta dip

My boyfriend took one bite and said, “MMM! This tastes good. How’d you come up with this Jenn?”
I replied, “Cause I gots it like that, boyeeeee.” Then we chest-bumped and he told me how much he loved the dip’s beautiful orange color. Anyway, if you’d like to recreate such an experience in your own home while watching Teen Mom 2 or the program of your choice (of if you have an actual par-tay to attend), whip out the food processor and commence blending the following:

Roasted Red Pepper and Feta Dip with homemade pita crisps
-1 jar of roasted red peppers
-1/2 cup feta cheese
-1 clove garlic
-a few dashes of smoked paprika
-a few dashes of oregano
(adjust as necessary–a squeeze of lemon juice would probably also be lovely)
pita chips
For the chips, slice some pita breads into triangles, mist with olive oil spray then sprinkle with oregano, pepper, kosher salt and garlic powder. Bake until crisp. Enjoy.

Jenn P.

30-something psychotherapist. Loves cooking, hosting parties, exploring new places. Texan by birth. New Yorker by choice. Likes to tell little stories. Pull up a chair; I'll tell you one.

  • gabrielle
    nom nom nom nom. you make me want to cook!
  • Roxan
    When I hear the word dip, I totally think of food first. Then maybe the ballroom dancing mood. Definitely not chewing tobacco though!
    This dip looks wonderful… and I LOVE the pita crisps! I didn’t know it was that easy. I must make some too.
  • jess
    I think of queso from The Original! That must be the TX in me. :)
  • Alana
    This recipe sounds amazing!! I can’t wait to try it!
  • Victoria | vmac+cheese
    This looks really delicious and right up my alley. I’m going to have to make this asap.
  • Monet
    Smile. You made me laugh with the recounting of the interaction between you and your man. I like dips. Quite a bit. Thank you for sharing yourself with me tonight. Your words and recipes bring me joy!
  • From the Kitchen
    Thanks for stopping by and leading me to your delicious blog. The dip (and I thought of chips–boring but tasty) looks and sounds delicious!! Best,
  • Trish
    Sounds delish! I love dips. I think of the word, par-tay as well :-)
  • Barbara
    Can’t help but think chips when I see dip. But this dip is definitely NOT your old time onion dip. It looks wonderful. Love the red peppers and those crunchy herbal pitas. Will be trying this soon.
    Thanks for visiting my blog; nice to have a new blog friend!
    thank you for coming by my blog. i love yours and this recipe looks delish!
  • Allergic to Vanilla
    Hi Jenn! I really like your blog- I’m kinda of a sucker for blog recipes! I’m hooked, and a new follower! Hope you’ll stop by my ‘hood sometime soon! xo Carlina
  • Sara @ Saucy Dipper
    It must be fate…I’m planning to make a roasted red pepper dip this weekend. If you hadn’t stopped by my site, I might not have seen this recipe. Yay for dips!
  • blackbookkitchendiaries
    your recipe sounds so yummy! thank you for sharing this post and have a great weekend.
  • Indie.Tea
    I LOVE dips, yum. And I really like the look and flavors of your roasted pepper feta dip….yum!
  • Lauren Zabaneh
    these are two of my favorite things! I’ve got a butt-load of feta in the fridge that needs a place other than my salad! sounds delish and much healthier than most of my dip recipes. Come to think of it, I’ve got a bunch of red peppers too! This is meant to be.
  • Beth
    I love red pepper dip. If I made this recipe, it might lead to some chest-bumping in our house too.
  • The Glamorous Gourmet
    This dip looks delicious – I am big fan of the red pepper! I also love making my own pita chips:) I just found your fabulous blog and signed up to follow you! Stop by and visit sometime at Looking forward to your next delicious post – cheers!
  • Roxy Te
    HAHAHAH! Did you seriously chest bump? Oh I heart you…we must be real life friends one day. And for the record, I thought “none of the above” …I thought e. I put my hand up on your hip, when I dip, you dip, we dip. BAHAHAH…remember? Hope you had a marv weekend :)
  • grace
    you know what i think of? george costanza and his issues with double-dipping. :) this is one heck of a tasty nosh, jenn–well done!