Feta Cheese

P.D.O.

Feta is a white cheese traditionally produced from fresh pasteurized sheep and goat’s milk since the times of Ancient Greece.

  • - PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) product
  • - Produced using the traditional method
  • - Characteristic rich taste
  • - Natural aroma and pure white color
  • - Maturation of at least three months
Available packaging types:
Vacuum Packaging: From 150g up to 2kg
Tupper Packaging: From 300g up to 4kg
Tin packaging: From 14kg up to 16kg
Available packaging types:
Vacuum Packaging: From 150g up to 2kg
Tupper Packaging: From 300g up to 4kg
Tin packaging: From 14kg up to 16kg
Available packaging types:
Vacuum Packaging: From 150g up to 2kg
Tupper Packaging: From 300g up to 4kg
Tin packaging: From 14kg up to 16kg
Available packaging types:
Vacuum Packaging: From 150g up to 2kg
Tupper Packaging: From 300g up to 4kg
Tin packaging: From 14kg up to 16kg

Feta Cheese

P.D.O.

Feta is a white cheese traditionally produced from fresh pasteurized sheep and goat’s milk since the times of Ancient Greece.

  • - PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) product
  • - Produced using the traditional method
  • - Characteristic rich taste
  • - Natural aroma and pure white color
  • - Maturation of at least three months

Nutritions

Declaration per 100g

Energy
1199kJ /289kcal
Total Fat
24,5g
Saturated Fat
15g
Carbohydrates
0,7g
Sugars
0,7g
Proteins
16,5g
Salt*
2,6g

* Salt content is exclusively due to presence of naturally occurring sodium

Energy
1199kJ /289kcal
Total Fat
24,5g
Saturated Fat
15g
Carbohydrates
0,7g
Sugars
0,7g
Proteins
16,5g
Salt*
2,6g

* Salt content is exclusively due to presence of naturally occurring sodium

Energy
1199kJ /289kcal
Total Fat
24,5g
Saturated Fat
15g
Carbohydrates
0,7g
Sugars
0,7g
Proteins
16,5g
Salt*
2,6g

* Salt content is exclusively due to presence of naturally occurring sodium

Summer medley of vegetables with feta

All across Greece, in every household, during the summer someone will be cooking a medley of vegetables. There are many different versions, with different names, but they are all equally tasty.

Summer medley of vegetables with feta

All across Greece, in every household, during the summer someone will be cooking a medley of vegetables. There are many different versions, with different names, but they are all equally tasty.


40 min

Difficulty

Ingredients

  • 2 round aubergines
  • 2 courgettes
  • 2 medium tomatoes
  • 2 onions
  • 1 potato
  • 1 red pepper
  • 1 green pepper
  • ½ bunch parsley, finely chopped
  • ½ bunch mint, finely chopped
  • ¾ cup olive oil
  • 1 pinch sugar
  • Salt
  • Freshly ground pepper
  • 200g MEVGAL feta, diced or crumbled
  • Instructions

  • For the stewed medley of vegetables: Prepare and wash all the vegetables. Finely dice the tomatoes and cut all the remaining vegetables into large cubes. Heat half the olive oil in a wide shallow pan and brown the onions for 2’.
  • Add the peppers, courgettes and aubergines, and sauté for 2’-3’ until coated in oil.
  • Add the tomatoes and potatoes. Season with salt and pepper and add the sugar. Simmer for 20’ (without adding any water).
  • Lastly, drizzle with the remaining olive oil. Sprinkle with the herbs and the crumbled or diced feta. Remove from the heat. Cover the pan and leave to stand for 5’. Serve the medley of vegetables with fresh crusty bread, or cold as a salad.
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