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Many people operate under the impression that the addition of feta makes every meal better. That’s because it’s bloody true. That’s all I have to say about this, aside from please do yourself a solid and use this blessed creation under eggs/avocado/rocket/hot sauce, and atop bread/crackers/grains/everything you have.

 

Whipped herby feta

400g Greek feta

¼ cup olive oil

2 fresh red chillis, sliced (and deseeded if you don’t like spice as much as some)

Handful mint, chopped roughly

Handful flat leaf parsley, chopped roughly

1 lemon, zest and juice

2 tsp flaky sea salt

2 tsp cracked black pepper

First crumble the feta into a food processor and give it a cheeky blitz to break it up a little. Slowly add the oil while the processor is going, and beat until the feta looks silky smooth. Add the rest of the ingredients and pulse to combine. Serve (with your brunch, with your lunch, with your dinner, on a cheese platter, off a spoon straight into your guzzler) and enjoy!

 

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