Greek Dakos – Recipe for Greek Appetizer

Greek Dakos – Recipe for Greek Appetizer

Dakos is a traditional Greek appetizer originating from Crete. A crispy rusk served with juicy tomatoes and feta cheese drizzled lightly with olive oil is a true poetry of flavors. Immerse yourself in the world of Mediterranean cuisine and prepare Greek dakos with us!


  • Graham Bread Rolls – 3 pieces
  • Feta Cheese – 100 g
  • Red Tomato – 4 pieces
  • Olive Oil – 50 ml
  • Dried Oregano – 5 g
  • Salt – 4 g
  • Black Pepper – 2 g
  • Kalamata Olives – 100 g


Step 1: Prepare the Bread Cut the bread rolls in half and drizzle each half with olive oil. Arrange them on a baking sheet and bake for 5-10 minutes (checking the degree of browning).

Step 2: Grate the Tomatoes Grate the tomatoes on a grater with large holes to obtain a watery sauce with tomato chunks. Place in a bowl.

Step 3: Grate the Feta Cheese Wash and dry the grater carefully, then grate the feta cheese. Place the grated cheese in another bowl.

Step 4: Arrange the Ingredients on the Rusks Evenly spread the grated tomatoes on the rusks, then cover them with grated feta cheese.

Step 5: Season the Dakos Drizzle the rusks with an additional portion of olive oil, sprinkle with oregano, and season with salt and pepper to taste. Arrange Kalamata olives or other dark olives on top.

Step 6: Chill the Rusks Let the prepared dakos chill in the refrigerator for a while (about 10 minutes) to allow the bread to soak up the tomato juice and olive oil.

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