Feta & Nectarine Salsa Dip, a sweet and salty combination that is the perfect Summer dip.
I received free samples of Breton Crackers mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Breton Crackers and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.
Don’t you just love recipes that randomly come together into an amazing new dish. One that you would not have thought of if you were planning it out beforehand. This nectarine salsa all started one night when I was looking for a snack. Normally, I would simply wash a piece of fruit and leave it at that. But, to make it a little more filling I cut it up and added some more fruit. Plus a few random ingredients from the refrigerator, including some chickpeas—a great way to introduce more legumes into your diet. Score, it’s delicious. Another reason to love snack time, right. But wait, there is more.
What really brings this recipe together is the addition of Breton Artisanal Sweet Potato & Grains crackers. Not only are these crackers large enough to spoon on the feta & nectarine salsa then take a few bites, they are also an amazing flavor combination together. The light and crispy texture from the cracker compliments the sweet and salty flavor from the nectarines, grapes and feta cheese in the salsa. Another cool thing about these crackers is that they are made with ancient grains like quinoa and rye, with sweet potato pieces baked right in—contributing to their delicious flavor. Making this a delicious snack option or an easy entertaining appetizer cracker combination. Breton Artisanal crackers are OU Kosher (dairy) and available in many different flavor combinations, including gluten free varieties.
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- 3 nectarines
- ⅓ cup sliced grapes (cut each piece into ⅛)
- ½ cup chickpeas, rinsed and drained
- 3 tablespoons crumbled feta cheese
- 1 (8 oz) package Breton Artisanal Sweet Potato and Ancient Grains
- Cut the nectarines into small pieces by slicing lengthwise segments around the pit. Rotate 90° and repeat (to get horizontal and vertical cuts). Depending on the ripeness of the fruit, pull off the cut pieces or slice away from the center pit. Repeat with the remaining nectarines. Transfer to a bowl. Makes ~1⅓ cup.
- Mix in the grapes and chickpeas.
- Add in crumbled feta before serving.
- Spoon one tablespoon of salsa onto each cracker.