Greek Salad Appetizer Skewers

A super quick and healthy Greek-inspired finger food party appetizer with cucumber, tomato, olives, and feta.

 

I love a summer get-together. A backyard party for any occasion, or even no occasion at all, with family, friends, and good food just can’t be beat. Throw in some Sangria (be sure to check out my super awesome recipe for Sangria here), and I’m a happy camper. Know what else makes me a happy camper? When I can prepare a dish for one of these parties that requires no cooking. None. Zero cooking.

 

Who doesn’t love a quick and easy no-cook party appetizer? There’s always a million thing to do when hosting a party, so any time I can save time or do less cooking, I’m all in.

 

Greek salad on a stick

 

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Greek Salad Appetizer Skewers

 

This super easy appetizer is perfect for any summer gathering…actually, there’s no reason why it can’t be served in the fall, winter, or spring, too. I guess it’s just nice not to have to cook when it’s hot out.

 

Since this appetizer is gluten-free, it’s appealing to a diverse crowd. You can easily adapt the amounts to make this dish for a much larger crowd. When planning out how many to prepare, I generally plan on 3 Greek Salad Sticks per person. 

 

Be sure to use 8-inch bamboo skewers to make these kabobs. A 10 or 12-inch skewer would be too large. Also, try not to use skewers that are pointy at both ends. You could use them that way, of course, but then the sticks wouldn’t be able to stand on their own, you would have to lay them flat.

 

They really do make a nice, colorful presentation. When given a choice of a bunch of appetizers, I’m telling you, people always gravitate to these first!

 

Ingredients for Greek Salad Skewers

 

Ingredients:

 

1 cucumber, cut in 12 equal slices
8 oz feta cheese, cut in 12 equal squares
12 cherry tomatoes
12 large black olives, pitted
olive oil, to drizzle
½ tsp dried dill seasoning
salt & pepper

Arrange your cucumber slices on a serving platter and top each with a chunk of feta cheese. Gently press the flat end of a wooden skewer through the cheese and cucumber until secure, then add the tomato, followed by a black olive on top.

 

Repeat with each skewer.

 

Right before serving, drizzle extra virgin olive oil over the Greek skewers and season with dried dill and salt and pepper, to taste.

 

Looking for other Greek-inspired dishes? Check out:

Greek Pasta Salad
Mediterranean Cod

Need other appetizer ideas? I’ve got you covered.

 

A Greek salad appetizer on a stick makes a quick, easy and healthy snack for any gathering or occasion.

 

Salad Skewers with Cucumbers, Tomatoes and Feta

 

When you give these Greek salad sticks a try, please leave me a comment and let me know what you thought!

 

 

Happy Eating!

Greek Salad on a Stick Appetizer

Greek Salad Skewers

Quick, easy, gluten-free, no cook appetizer featuring cucumbers, feta cheese, cherry tomatoes and black olives. Perfect for summer entertaining.
Prep Time 10 mins
Total Time 10 mins
Course Appetizer, Salad
Cuisine Mediterranean
Servings 4 servings

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cucumber cut in 12 equal slices
  • 8 oz feta cheese cut in 12 equal squares
  • 12 cherry tomatoes
  • 12 large black olives pitted
  • olive oil to drizzle
  • ½ tsp dill seasoning
  • salt & pepper to taste

Instructions

  • Arrange cucumber slices on a serving platter and top each with a chunk of feta cheese.
  • Gently press the flat end of a wooden skewer through the cheese and cucumber until secure, then add a tomato, followed by a black olive to top each skewer.
  • Right before serving, drizzle extra virgin olive oil over the skewers and sprinkle with dill seasoning. Season with salt and pepper, to taste.
Keyword appetizer, Greek, party, skewers

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