These easy Greek salad skewers turn a traditional recipe into a colorful party appetizer. Think of it as Greek salad on a stick, drizzled with a zesty vinaigrette! 

Greek salad kabobs on wooden skewers with a Greek-style vinaigrette drizzled over.

Greek salad on a stick!

I love food on a stick. From vegetables to chicken, kofta , and much more. I’ll use any excuse to thread food onto skewers. 

And after I shared a recipe for Italian-style antipasto skewers, I was inspired to take one of my favorite salads and turn it into finger food! The result? This Greek salad skewers recipe, so full of Mediterranean flavors, and the perfect appetizer to feed a small crowd! 

Just as you would expect of a classic Greek salad recipe, these salad skewers include blocks of creamy feta, cucumbers, bell peppers, tomato, and of course, pitted kalamata olives. Serve these Greek salad kabobs as is, or drizzle with a zingy vinaigrette to take it up another notch. 

This Greek salad on a stick situation is the perfect vegetarian mezze or side dish in no time! And if you’re looking for the perfect Mediterranean picnic, serve them next to salmon or lamb burgers and a refreshing drink (sangria is not a bad option, or try this fun ouzo drink!). 

Greek salad skewers on a platter with homemade vinaigrette drizzled on top.

Ingredients for Greek salad skewers

These antipasto skewers with a Greek twist need just a few simple ingredients. Here’s what you’ll need to make them, as well as the optional red wine vinaigrette. 

  • ​​English cucumber (also called hot house cucumber) - I like English cucumbers here because they are seedless and have a thin skin, so you don’t need to peel them! Simply halve the cucumber vertically, and slice it into thick half moons.
  • Green bell pepper - Cored and cut into large square pieces. 
  • Feta cheese - Use blocks of feta in the brine, and cut them into 1-inch cubes. 
  • Grape or cherry tomatoes - I like the smaller tomatoes here so you just use them whole. Kalamata olives - Olives add a necessary briny element to these Greek salad skewers. I used pitted Kalamata olives, but feel free to use your favorite kind as long as they are pitted.

Greek-style vinaigrette

Like I said earlier, the dressing here is optional, but it will add an extra layer of flavor that will brighten the salad skewers even more. 

You’ll need minced garlic, fresh lime juice (or lemon juice), red wine vinegar, dried oregano, and some quality extra virgin olive oil to make it. I like a robust, peppery oil like our Early Harvest Greek EVOO or Spanish Hojiblanca EVOO here. 

How to make Greek salad skewers

Assembling the Greek salad kabobs is easy. First, prepare 10 to 12 smaller skewers; 6-inch bamboo skewers are a good option. Grab a skewer and thread one piece of feta cheese onto it (it’s important that you use creamy feta so it doesn’t fall apart) The feta will act as a strong base for the other kabob elements.

Then, thread through a cucumber slice, followed by a piece of green bell pepper and one grape tomato. Finish off the Greek salad skewer with a pitted olive. Place the completed skewer on a serving plate and repeat with the next skewer. Repeat with the remaining skewers and try to follow the same pattern for all the antipasto skewers so they look cohesive. 

Make the dressing by combining 1 clove minced garlic, juice of ½ lime, 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar, kosher salt, black pepper, 1 teaspoon dried oregano, and 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil in a small bowl. Whisk briskly, and drizzle generously over the horiatiki skewers. 

Greek salad skewers with olives, grape tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumber, and feta cheese.

Serving suggestions 

My favorite way to serve these Greek salad kabobs is as part of a larger spread with lots of small nibbles for grazing. Try to choose a variety of shapes, colors, and flavors. I have loads of ideas for small bites here on the site, but here are some ideas for what you could serve alongside your salad kabobs:

Leftovers and storage

Greek salad skewers will keep in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 3 days. Eat leftovers as is on the skewer, or take them apart and just enjoy them as a Greek salad! 

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4.89 from 17 votes

Greek Salad Skewers

Suzy Karadsheh
close up of Greek salad kebabs with Greek-style dressing.
These fun party skewers turn classic Greek salad into flavorful finger food. Serve these Greek salad skewers as is or take things up a notch with a drizzle of a zesty garlic and olive oil vinaigrette. These Greek salad kabobs are perfect as part of a larger grazing spread when you're entertaining a crowd. Serve them with a meat and cheese board, baked zucchini chips with tzatziki, and Greek meatballs (loads more ideas in the post!).
Prep – 10 minutes
Total – 10 minutes
Serves – 6 people
Appetizer, Side Dish, Snack


  • 6 ounces creamy feta cheese, cut into 10 to 12 cubes
  • ½ English cucumber, halved lengthwise, then sliced into half moons
  • 1 small green pepper, cored, cut into 10 to 12 square pieces
  • 10 to 12 cherry or grape tomatoes
  • 10 to 12 pitted Kalamata olives

For the Dressing

  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • ½ lime, juice of
  • 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • Kosher salt and black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano


  • Prepare 10 to 12 small bamboo skewers (I used 6-inch skewers). Take one skewer and thread through it one feta cube, a slice of cucumber, a piece of green pepper, one cherry tomato, and, lastly, one kalamata olives at the very top. Repeat till you have 10 to 12 small skewers of feta and veggies.
  • In a small bowl, add the garlic, lime juice, and red wine vinegar. Season with kosher salt, black pepper and the dried oregano. Whisk together, and as you do, drizzle the extra virgin olive oil and keep whisking.
  • Arrange the skewers on a serving platter and pour the dressing over. Serve or refrigerate for later.



  • What tomato to use? I used grape tomatoes, but you can also use small cherry tomatoes in these Greek salad skewers. 
  • How to serve them? Serve these kabobs with other small bites for grazing. Here are some ideas (see lots more ideas in the post): Keftedes, smoked salmon platter, prosciutto and melon
  • How to store leftovers: Store leftover salad skewers in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 3 days. Eat leftovers as is on the skewer, or you can take them apart and enjoy them as a Greek salad! 
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Calories: 122kcalCarbohydrates: 5.3gProtein: 4.8gFat: 9.6gSaturated Fat: 4.3gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.6gMonounsaturated Fat: 3.8gCholesterol: 25.2mgSodium: 527.1mgPotassium: 171.9mgFiber: 1.3gSugar: 1.8gVitamin A: 490IUVitamin C: 22.3mgCalcium: 160.4mgIron: 0.6mg
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  1. monikanyc says:

    4 stars
    The dressing on these was delicious. The lime was an unexpected surprise. It's a great way to make salad into finger food.

  2. Joan Hagerty says:

    5 stars
    Love this

  3. DebC says:

    5 stars
    My only problem was the feta kept crumbling and I could not keep it on the skewers. Maybe there is a firmer version than what I bought. But I just decided to go with it and crumbled it on top. Guests loved it.

  4. Julie says:

    5 stars
    I couldn’t find my skewers so the presentation wasn’t as pretty but tasted wonderful.

  5. Meredith says:

    5 stars
    So cute! I was looking for some healthier snacks to put out with wine for movie night at my house. These were a hit! Perfect little snack food.

  6. Connie E. says:

    4 stars
    I guess you do not like red onion. This is the only thing that is missing in this recipe. It is otherwise, yummy.

    1. Suzy says:

      Some people find it to be a little too much here, but you can certainly add it, if it's something you enjoy!

  7. Husni dawood says:

    Hi there how are you doing this is husni dawood I always watched your show on you tube channel as

    1. Suzy says:

      Wonderful! Thanks for your support, Husni!

  8. Jon says:

    How do know if the Feta is "creamy?" I used a solid block but it broke apart.

    1. Suzy says:

      Hi, Jon! It has a more moist, creamy texture and doesn't crumble super easily.

      1. Nancy says:

        But what how can I tell that when it’s in the package?

      2. TMD Team says:

        Hi, Nancy. Look for a feta that's sold in brine in a tub (you can tell that by giving it a little shake).

  9. Natalie says:

    5 stars
    I absolutely love this idea!!! YUM!

    1. Suzy says:

      Thanks, Natalie!

  10. Ania says:

    5 stars
    SO GOOD! I'm a big fan of Greek salad, so I had to try these out immediately. I love how easy they are. And the dressing is divine!

    1. Suzy says:

      Thanks so much, Ania!