Can you call a recipe a “recipe” if you don’t actually cook anything?
Maybe this should just be called “good snack instructions” instead.
Wash fruit. Slice feta. Grab mint. Stack. Devour.
When a snack starts like this, you know it’s going to be a good thing.
I’ve had strawberries and feta together before – on salads and weird-but-tasty pizzas, but never on their own like this. But when you’ve got cups and cups of strawberries ripening every day…you gotta eat while the eatin’ is good. And that means coming up with some new ways to use them when you don’t have time to freeze them or make jam.
I’ve already made these twice in the last week – some with mint and some without. I love it with the mint because it helps balance out the super salty feta and sugary sweet berry, but they’re just as good without the mint if you don’t have it.
It’s like summer on a skewer – get on this!
Strawberry Feta Skewers
Makes: 20 bites/skewers
- 20 small to medium strawberries
- 1/2 pound feta
- 20 mint leaves
- Slice the tops off the strawberries. Cut the feta into cubes.
- Take a toothpick and skewer the strawberry, mint leaf, and feta. Repeat until all the skewers are made.