Nine Layer Greek Dip

Teresa Bowman


By chance I ran across a recipe for a 5 layer Greek dip which sounded wonderful and then I found a 7 layer Greek dip so of course I had to add my own touch and now I have made the 9 layer Greek dip. We love it! I took it to work for our Christmas party and it was a hit there as well.

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1 Hr


35 Min



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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
What a wonderful dip! The red pepper hummus really gives it a nice kick. You really taste all nine layers. I can't wait to make this again. It would be great at your next party served with some pita or tortilla chips. It's so good!


containers of roasted red pepper hummus
1 jar(s)
Litehouse Opa Feta and Dill Greek Yogurt Dressing
1 jar(s)
artichoke hearts
1 jar(s)
julienned sundried tomatoes
whole bulb of garlic
1 bunch
green onions
cucumber, large peeled and seeded
1 jar(s)
kalamata (Greek) olives pitted
container of blue cheese or feta cheese
1 large

Directions Step-By-Step

Roast one whole bulb of garlic in the oven at 400 degrees until each clove is golden brown and tender. (To roast garlic peel off loose outer skin, chop off about 1/4 inch of the top of the bulb, rub with olive oil, wrap in foil or place in garlic roaster and bake for 30-35 minutes). While the garlic is roasting chop all the vegetables, sundried tomatoes, avocado, olives, and artichokes and place in prep dishes.
Remove the individual garlic cloves from the garlic bulb. Mix the roasted garlic with the OPA Feta and Dill Greek Yogurt Dressing and set aside. You can also make this a day or two ahead before adding to dip to enhance the flavor even more.
Layer all the ingredients in a festive dish or container of your choice beginning with the roasted red pepper hummus followed by the OPA Feta and Dill Greek Yogurt Dressing infused with the roasted garlic then layer the remaining ingredients in any manner you wish. I like alternating the colors.
This can be served right away or made the night before and refrigerated. Making it the night before really allows all the flavors to meld together. You can serve this with pita bread or pita crackers or flatbread crackers.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Vegetable Appetizers
Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: Mediterranean
Hashtags: #Party, #greek, #layered dip