Greek Style Cucumber Nachos

Greek Style Cucumber Nachos - I'm really on a nacho roll lately.  Let's just blame it on March Madness.

After cooking up the Mediterranean inspired pizza last weekend, I started wondering if I could do nachos in a similar fashion.  (spoiler alert... I did)

I wasn't sure what to use as the base "chips" ... originally I was thinking pita chips - either homemade or packaged, but I wasn't sold on the idea.  It came to me as a eureka moment to use cucumber rounds - they are one of my favorites to use to dip into hummus, so why not!

The vegan feta cheese I used in this recipe was more like a spread, I used less water (1/6 of a cup) and firmed it up in the fridge.  This cheese is really good (like eat with a spoon good), but doesn't really crumble.  To adjust, I dropped pea sized amounts over the top of the pile of nachos.

These are light and cool... and I think a perfect "nacho" for spring and summer!

Greek Style Cucumber Nachos
seedless cucumber, sliced into thin rounds (about 1/8")
kalamata olives, sliced
roasted red pepper, chopped
red onion, diced
grape tomatoes, sliced
artichoke hearts, chopped
Put down a layer of cucumber.
Spread hummus on the cucumber layer (if your hummus is really thick, thin it with a little bit of water).

Top with veggies and the feta cheese.

I’m linking up with Food, Pleasure and Health,  The Fit Foodie Mama, Confessions of a Mother Runner, and A Whisk and Two Wands for #MeatlessMonday; and  Rock My Vegan Socks & VNutrition for Healthy Vegan Fridays!

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  1. Cucumber rounds??? Genius! I love it =)
    It sounds so good. You even made your own feta - how cool is that?
    And well, anything with artichoke hearts is right up my alley ;)
    Thanks so much for sharing your nachos with us at Healthy Vegan Fridays - I'm pinning & sharing!

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  4. It really was good... so light, I think it would be perfect for summer.