• Julie

    I really like olives too. This recipes looks really easy, just as you said. I will definitely be giving this a try

    • I can honestly say I could become addicted to olives … They are just so good. Let me know how you liked the recipe when you try it. 🙂

  • Jnjm62

    Olives yuck……..lol Oh well can’t like everything……………lol

    • I get that. Not everyone’s lives olives. How about some chocolate ? :)))

  • John McCullough

    As good as this looks on its own, I’m dying to try tbis mixed with some cold pasta, a few cherry tomatoes, fresh basil and some crumbled hard cheese. Thanks for the inspiration!

    • What a great idea. I will have to try that.

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  • Elizabeth Scott

    OMG THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! I love this recipe!!! I went out and bought slicer for my garlic just for this recipe. YUM YUM YUM

  • What a wonderful receipe!! Will try it tonight! 

    • These are so easy to make. It something we always have on hand for unexpected company. 🙂

  • I too love olives. This recipe sounds great. I will definitely be making this.

    • Me too Donna, I do love the easy and flexibility of the recipe as well. 🙂

  • Jacqueline Gum

    YUMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!!! And I love do-ahead, too:)

  • Sounds yummy!

  • Great recipe to share again. I think I edited that one not too long ago and put it on my “must try” list since I love olives so much.

    • Yes you did, :-). I made a few changes to the instructions, but it is pretty much the sam Jeri. Enjoy.

  • You have the BEST solutions for easy, quick recipes that look so fancy! We’re having friends over next week & I think this, along with your mushrooms & peas pasta recipe, will be on the menu 😉

    • That is so cool Mary. It pleases me greatly that I can offer these recipes to you and you really like them. Have fun with your friends. 🙂

  • I haven’t had olives that many times. I would try this recipe though.

    • Oh, then you must give this a try Jason. If for no other reason then how easy it is to make. 🙂

  • Cheryl

    They look lovely but I am not a fan of olives.

    • I know, but they do make a great gift for someone who does. ?

  • Catarina Alexon

    What a wonderful idea, Susan. Love both olives and garlic so I will definitely have to try it.

    • And it could be any easier to Catarina. We really love these olives and give them away quite often as gifts. 🙂

  • Well that was nice and easy and also makes a nice presentation to put with guests.Olives give so many foods that extra punch. I just made some hummus with kalamata olives and garlic. I buy artichokes in a jar and now I save the jar for this olive dish.

    • Thanks Arleen, Have fun with this recipe and send pictures when you make it. Hummus with kalamata olives, and garlic sounds divine. ?

  • I am also a lover of olives. And I am completely sold on this recipe by the absolutely delicious looking image at the top of the post.

    • Aw, that is such a nice compliment Ken. They say a picture is like a 1000 word. In my case it all about making other’s stomach grumble… LOL. ?

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    The onions kind of scare me in this. Does it make the olives taste like onion at all?

    • Not at all Krystle. I’m not an onion fan either,. The red onions are very mild and only a bit of spice. You will hardly know they are there. So don’t let that scare you away. ?

  • wow, such an easy way to prepare this tasty recipe!

    • Hi Tuhin, It is just as good and it is easy. Give this recipe and try and let me know how they turned out. ?

  • Rose M Griffith

    I love all your olive recipes–and every kind of olive! This sounds like a good treat to keep on hand, Susan. I might whip some up for my Artist’s Way group coming over next week!

    • It is that Rose, a real crowd pleaser at that. If your Artist’s Way group likes olives as you do, I know this will be a hit. Enjoy. ?