This really reminded me of a Muffuletta. I served it at a Mardi Gras party and everyone loved it. I served it with plain bagel chips and it went great!
Angiesloves2eat Posted: 03/08/11
Abuddfont Posted: 02/05/11
Sooooo easy to make and a huge crowd pleaser! Made it for football parties. Just make sure you use the suggested olive salad.
kimbrtangleknot Posted: 03/21/11
This dip is the only one that went like hot cakes. It did not last long at all. Everyone loved it. I couldn't find the Italian Olive Salad, so I used the canned veggies that you actually put on a muffalata and then followed the rest. I did add a little bit olive tapenade to the mix to get it to stay together a bit easier. Regardless, this was a huge hit with everyone, and I'm pretty sure it will be requested again.
VickiPage Posted: 01/31/13
Where do you find Italian Olive Salad? Is that a deli item?
hsbdobergirl Posted: 01/31/13
If you can't find a bottle of Italian Olive Salad you can make your own: http://www.food.com/recipe/italian-olive-salad-83469
Nannybee Posted: 02/12/13
I brought this to my girlfriend foodies, the hit of the party. I couldn't find the olive salad so used green olives w/ pimento and added a little juice from the olives and pepperoncini. Huge Hit, everyone wants this recipe.
Jaba11 Posted: 01/28/14
My World Market Cost Plus carries the Boscoli Olive Salad. What a happy day it was when I discovered that!
Mandypope Posted: 11/13/13
Loved this! I made my own Italian olive salad for the fun of it (and had extra to give to friends that love that kind of thing). I also added anchovy paste (to taste), chopped turkey pepperoni, chopped canadian bacon and basil. Think some chopped sundried tomatoes in oil would be a good addition too....Will try that next time.
BigJoe2 Posted: 01/08/14
Fantastic recipe! We make this all the time now. I luckily found the same olive salad they tested with at my grocery store in Texas. You can also get it on their website, Boscoli.com.