Add feta, for a Greek style mac and cheese

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The Greek cheese can be crumbled on top of a dish of baked macaroni and cheese as a finishing touch, added to a cheesy béchamel sauce, or melted into the dish or pot of pasta along with butter or another type of cheese. To follow your go-to recipe, reduce the amount of cheese and supplement the rest with feta. You can experiment and pair the feta with the other cheeses in the recipe, or consider using another variety like ricotta to temper its tanginess. 

To lean into the cuisine of Greece, take your recipe one step more Greek and make a spanakopita-inspired mac and cheese including spinach, garlic, onion, and a breadcrumb topping. Or use inspiration from that viral baked feta pasta and add in a handful of fresh cherry tomatoes or sun-dried tomatoes. Or you can keep it super straightforward with Tasting Table’s simple mac and cheese recipe and just swap in the feta for the sharp cheddar or use a combination of the two. The cheese also works as an addition to our baked mac and cheese casserole that uses fontina and a panko breadcrumb topping.

And to continue your journey of Mediterranean-inspired flavors, check out some more essential Greek ingredients like olive oil and phyllo dough.

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