This Greek Nachos recipe is a quick and simple lunch or dinner idea. Its a fun recipe that everyone can enjoy and its so easy to make. The hummus is the best part of this recipe. It really brings all the flavors together

Nachos are my biggest weakness.  I have never eaten nachos that I didn’t like.

Today, I am experimenting with Greek Nachos.  This recipe is all about comfort food, Mediterranean style.  Even the Greek gods loved to indulge in the carb heavy dishes, once in a while.

I almost added chick peas to this recipe then decided against it because this dish already has a heavy layer of hummus. If, however, you decide to go with the beet hummus, then, pack the nachos with chick peas.

Greek Nachos Recipe made with Hummus, olives, tomatoes, feta and cheddar cheese. Mediterranean Diet Recipe

I have to find creative ways to supplement protein into my diet.  Lentils are protein kings, but, they can get boring after a while.

Kidney beans are also a creative way of adding protein to a diet, but, they don’t work well in a Greek nachos recipe.

So, I tend to choose a protein packed hummus, especially if they have added nuts. It definitely spiced up my Greek nachos.

Greek Nachos Recipe made with Hummus, olives, tomatoes, feta and cheddar cheese. Mediterranean Diet Recipe

No nacho is complete without melted cheese, right? I went with added shredded cheddar in this recipe, but, I also topped it with Feta cheese. If it doesn’t have Feta, it is not Greek.

With all that said, the olives are the star in this recipe! I went with two varieties of olives: California Ripe Green and Black Olives for this recipe.  It is the perfect marriage of salty and sour.

Olives are an integral part of Mediterranean diet recipes.  They have amazing health benefits and they taste so great.  They are also in my list of “thinking food”

Greek Nachos Recipe made with Hummus, olives, tomatoes, feta and cheddar cheese. Mediterranean Diet Recipe

I also used Mexican tortillas to make the nacho chips.  It turned out to be so much better than store bought nacho chips.   Additionally, I used Pita chips to add a little crunch to the Greek Nachos.

If you like these nachos, you are going to love my vegetarian nachos and my vegan nachos

What’s your favorite type of nachos?

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How To Make Greek Nachos

Greek Nachos Recipe made with Hummus, olives, tomatoes, feta and cheddar cheese. Mediterranean Diet Recipe

Vegetarian Greek Nachos

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Simple Greek Nachos Recipe
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Mediterranean
Servings 6 servings
Calories 423 kcal

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Preheat oven to 250 degrees
  • Take the tortillas and brush them with Sage oil or oil of your choice.
  • Cut the tortillas, pizza style.
  • Place in oven for about 15 minutes or until brown and crispy
  • Remove and allow to cool. Also, turn the heat to 350 degrees.
  • Spread a generous amount of Hummus on each chip
  • Sprinkle the cheddar and / or vegan cheese on top of the hummus
  • Sprinkle the onions on the nachos
  • Add the olives at this point
  • If you are using chick peas, add them now
  • Add the cherry tomatoes, jalapenos and Stacy Pita chips
  • Place the nachos in the oven for about 15 minutes
  • Add the Feta cheese after the nachos have been in the oven for 10 minutes
  • Remove the nachos and top with capers
  • Allow the Greek Nachos to cool for a few minutes before serving

Notes

Nutrition Info is approximate

Nutrition

Calories: 423kcalCholesterol: 42mg
Keyword Greek Appetizers, What to make with hummus
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Greek Nachos Recipe made with Hummus, olives, tomatoes, feta and cheddar cheese. Mediterranean Diet Recipe

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  1. I LOVE this idea and I love nachos – any flavor!! I have a couple ideas I will be posting, but never thought about a Greek version. These look absolutely delicious and I’m looking forward to trying them.