Leanne’s Anise-Honey Feta

With this recipe, you will know without a doubt that I truly am obsessed with nibbles before dinner.  I’m not sure why—I just think you can have a lot of fun with this kind of food because it’s not supposed to be “serious.”  I’d also like to spread the word that you don’t need to put out a bag of chips with store-bought salsa.  It’s almost just as easy to make this appetizer.  Put a block of fresh feta (my favorite is the feta that’s sold in the Bayview olive bar) in a baking dish just large enough to hold it.  Sprinkle with anise seed, a little olive oil and some honey, and broil.  Serve with pita chips.  That’s it, and it’s unbelievably delicious!  Here are the particulars:

½ pound feta cheese packed in water
1 teaspoon anise seed
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon honey

See instructions above.  Broil until brown spots appear.  Serve with pita chips. Makes about 6 servings

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