2 cups crumbled authentic Greek Feta
2-3 hot banana peppers (we like our Htipiti hot! but if your "hot" tolerance is not there, 2 peppers will suffice)
1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil
Grill the banana peppers, cool and remove their skin.
Slice the top and carefully remove any seeds.
Chop the peppers in very small pieces (minced is best as you don't want to end up with chunks of hot peppers in one bite).
Add the crumbled feta and start mixing as you slowly add the olive oil to create a creamy consistency. Depending on the amount and kind of Feta you use more olive oil might be necessary, but remember that when done mixing there will be no visible signs of olive oil in the spread.
When the spread is ready, transfer to a nice small plate and decorate with olives and parsley for a nice presentation. Spread over rusks, crackers or a fresh slice of baguette!
Hint: use of food processor might work best for the preparation of this spread as it will help you achieve a better creamier consistency. This is a thick spread and not easy to mix by hand. Use the olive oil as a medium to achieve the desired texture, but keep in mind that usually Htipiti is pretty thick due to the Feta content.