Everyone loves nachos, and many of us love Middle Eastern flavors, so why not fuse them together?! Well… I am just so excited to share this Ultimate Greek Nachos recipe with you!
In reality, this is a simple Mediterranean nachos style salad with pita chips and all the fix-ins layered on top; it’s just such a fun way of serving these components as an ultimate nachos recipe, and turns it into a true work of art, making it that much more exciting to share and enjoy!
You can use a perfect large tomato, but just for fun, I used colorful heirloom cherry tomatoes along with a crisp hothouse cucumber, and black kalamata olives.
To make this Greek nacho recipe easier, you can use store-bought tzatziki and/or hummus in place of the 2 sauces in this recipe, but I feel the tahini dressing really makes the dish.
We have a delicious tahini sauce with a pinch of nutritional yeast for an extra creamy flavor and a B12 boost. Plus, this plant-based nachos has date paste for a bit of sweetness to balance out the flavors, and a fresh, dairy free almond yogurt-based tzatziki sauce with herbs.
Vegan Nachos with Tofu
The grand feature of this dish is the tofu feta. If you think you’ll miss cheese eating plant-based….be prepared to be amazed. The tofu is drained and pressed of its liquid, cubed, and marinated in miso paste (bringing that cheesy, smoky flavor) red wine vinegar, lemon for tang, and fresh herbs.
The ultimate result is a very close look, feel and taste of feta! The lemon, mint, and dill in the tzatziki sauce bring this dish to the next level, and all of these combined create a delicious, fresh, bursting with flavor; sweet, savory and crunchy stacked bites of goodness.
Be sure to check out some great pairings to add to your appetizer menu:
I must be on a kick because I recently posted a yummy Middle Eastern salad that also features these beautiful tofu feta bites.
The tofu is the protein in this greek style nachos dish. Then you have the almond yogurt which adds some protein and probiotics. To follow, the tomatoes and cucumber are beneficial for lycopene, vitamins, minerals and fiber.
The sesame seeds and date paste offer a dose of iron, olives for essential fatty acids, and fresh herbs and lemon juice offer detoxifying effects. The only thing you will have to monitor is eating too many pita chips!
Aside from being a little messy, this greek nachos with hummus makes for a perfect appetizer for the big game or family gathering or opening snack for any get-together and will be the talk of the party.
This dish is so fun, fresh, satisfying and colorful...just an overall crowd pleaser.
I'd love to hear your feedback in the comments below for this Ultimate Greek Nachos recipe! If you have a photo, post it on my Instagram page, tag me using the hashtag #plantbasedcooking in your caption, and I won't miss it!