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Feta is the most famous Greek cheese and well known around the world.  It is a white semi-soft to Soft cheese, ripened and kept in brine for at least two months.  Feta is manufactured from pure ewe’s milk or a mixture with goat milk.

It is consumed as table cheese, perfect for pies, in casseroles, in appetizers (mezedes), in dips, with fruit and of course a must in the Greek salad.

When accompanying other dishes feta is served with extra virgin olive oil and oregano on top.

Recipes:

Mpiftekia (stuffed hamburgers)

Tiganopsomo

Fetatziki

Greek style oregano pesto

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