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Mediterranean Pita Platter

This Mediterranean Pita Platter is incredibly easy, extremely loaded, and absolutely beautiful.  You will impress your guests with this display without a doubt.  What is better than loads of hummus, pita, feta (optional for vegans), veggies, garbanzo beans, arugula, and balsamic?  Nothing, that’s what.  Well, almost nothing!  As usual, I had a lot of stuff left over in the fridge that I simply could not let go to waste.  What was, in my mind, going to be a simple meal turned into this incredible looking platter!  Before I knew it, I was adding more and more, then finally, grabbing my paella pan (yes, I love serving platters in here, check out my nacho pics as well), and voila!  A star was born in the form of this gorgeous platter.  Get down with your inner Greek (or Greek inspired) self and see visions of Santorini! I mean, hey, why not?! Disclaimer: Night shots below, sadly. 

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Mediterranean Pita Platter
This Mediterranean Pita Platter is incredibly easy, extremely loaded, and absolutely beautiful. Impress your guests with this display! Absolutely divine.
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Total Time
20 min
Total Time
20 min
  1. 5 pitas (I use whole wheat) - cut into triangles
  2. 2 C hummus (or your desired amount)
  3. 1 head of broccoli - florets
  4. 1/2- 3/4 C red & yellow peppers - diced
  5. 1 large red onion - diced
  6. 1/4 C olives -sliced
  7. 1 package of feta - crumbled
  8. 3-4 super ripe tomatoes - sliced
  9. 1/2 package of arugula
  10. 1/2 C garbanzo beans
  11. Olive oil for pan
  12. 3 Tbl dried oregano
  13. 1/4 fresh basil - chopped (if not, you can use 2 Tbl dried)
  14. Salt & pepper to taste
  15. Balsamic for drizzling
  1. Heat oil in pan and cook onion for about 5 minutes
  2. Throw in peppers, salt/pepper and cook for 3-5 minutes
  3. Throw in broccoli & beans - cook for about 2-3 minute more (adding half the oregano)
  4. Remove from heat
  5. Lay arugula on bottom of platter
  6. Place the veggie mixture in the center and sprinkle the basil and the rest of the oregano on top
  7. Organize the pita and sliced tomatoes nicely around the edge of the platter
  8. Top the veggie mixture with hummus and sprinkle the feta & olives all over the platter
  9. Lightly drizzle platter with balsamic vinegar
  1. Serves a large group
  2. Serve with the these wines: (or any wine you love of course)!
  3. Red- Pinot Noir
  4. White- Sauvignon Blanc
  5. Remember, any ingredients can be optional. Get creative with what's in your fridge!
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