This recipe was inspired by a contest that I have entered with Dorothea Tsakiris-Pirpiris. It was the Triscuit Summer Snack Off with Martha Stewart. This challenge was to use Triscuits and Cherry Tomatoes in a recipe and submit for approval into the contest.

Well, I decided to make an appetizer stack using Fire Roasted Tomato and Olive Oil Triscuits, cherry tomatoes and some of the Greek Salad favorites to stack for this really delicious appetizer. The best part is I took the Triscuits and put them in the Cuisinart and then coated the feta with Greek yogurt then coated with the Triscuit crumbs. The best part is I then fried the feta in olive oil until golden and soft. cut it into pieces and placed on the stack.

If you love salad with fried goat cheese, then you will love this. You get the Wow factor and the amazing flavor combo of Triscuit coated Feta Cheese!

Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 5 min
Yield: 12 Scrumptious Appetizers


  • 15 Each Fire Roasted Tomato and Olive Oil Triscuits
  • 1/2 cup of Greek Yogurt
  • 1 pound of Feta Cheese in a Block
  • 3-4 tbs. Olive Oil
  • 1 Cucumber, striped and sliced on an angle with crinkle cutter , then cut in half
  • 12 Cherry Tomatoes
  • 12 Pitted Kalamata Olives
  • 12 Small Peperoncini whole
  • 12 whole Fire Roasted Tomato and Olive Oil Triscuits


Place the 15 Triscuits in a Cuisinart and pulse until finely chopped, cut Feta into two pieces and coat each side with Greek yogurt. Dip feta and completely coat with the chopped Triscuits.

Triscuit Coated Fried Feta

Heat Olive Oil on med heat, then add the feta and let brown, cooking about 2 min on each side. Carefully remove Feta from pan and put on a cutting board, let cool a couple minutes and then cut into 12 small squares. Line up the twelve Triscuits, place a cucumber half on top of each one, then top with the fried feta. Take a long frilly toothpick and thread the olive, the cherry tomato, and the peperoncini to the very end of the toothpick. Now go right through the middle of the feta down through the Triscuit with the toothpick, holding everything into place. Delicious, your friends will certainly be impressed!


Chef Steff