Photo: Jennifer Davick; Styling: Lydia DeGaris Pursell
Total Time
1 Hour 10 Mins
Makes about 4 cups

We could call this Saints Dip for last year's Super Bowl winners! Parmesan cheese helps hold ingredients together. You can also serve this versatile recipe with crackers over a block of cream cheese or toss leftovers in a Caesar salad.

How to Make It

Step 1

Stir together first 9 ingredients. Cover and chill 1 to 24 hours before serving. Stir in parsley just before serving. Serve with French bread crostini. Store leftovers in refrigerator up to 5 days.

Step 2

Note: We tested with Boscoli Italian Olive Salad.

Ratings & Reviews

saracobb's Review

July 19, 2014

Jaba11's Review

January 28, 2014
My World Market Cost Plus carries the Boscoli Olive Salad. What a happy day it was when I discovered that!

BigJoe2's Review

January 08, 2014
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,

Mandypope's Review

November 13, 2013
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.

Nannybee's Review

February 12, 2013
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.

hsbdobergirl's Review

January 31, 2013
If you can't find a bottle of Italian Olive Salad you can make your own:

VickiPage's Review

January 31, 2013
Where do you find Italian Olive Salad? Is that a deli item?

Grannyshell1's Review

January 21, 2013

kimbrtangleknot's Review

March 21, 2011
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.

Angiesloves2eat's Review

March 08, 2011
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!