Tag: Greek traditional recipe

Pasturmadopita

Pasturmadopita

| July 29, 2014 | 4 Replies

Add a bit of Anatolian flavor to your table with the pasturmadopita pie. Pair phyllo kroustas, pasturma, kasseri cheese and tomato slices. You will also love the convenience factor of baking a whole pie and eat each piece both as lunch, or dinner.

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Revithia fournou

Revithia fournou

| July 23, 2014 | 7 Replies

Revithia fournou [reviθxá fúrnou = oven baked chickpeas in tomato sauce ] is a Greek traditional recipe and no matter the time of year, is an absolutely exquisite process based on Greek chickpeas, and will offer you a perfect earth-based (vegan/gluten-free/vegetarian) lunch.

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Patates me kima

Patates me kima

| June 30, 2014 | 1 Reply

Sometimes recipes are considered to be so personal, we feel like we’re getting a private glimpse in the past when our grandmother’s used to cook into the kitchen. Patates me kima [patátes me kimá] (potatoes with minced meat) is a retro recipe and offers a way to turn leftovers into something appetizing.

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Kalamata black olive tapenade

Kalamata black olive tapenade

| April 23, 2014 | 1 Reply

Black olive tapenade adds healthy fats. For best results and distinctive flavors, use high quality and organic products as those suggested below.

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Cauliflower kapamas

Cauliflower kapamas

| April 21, 2014 | 10 Replies

The traditional Greek cauliflower kapamas [kapamás] is a budget-friendly cooking method which is based on cooking crunchy cauliflower florets with potatoes and tomatoes. Everyday cauliflower gets a flavorful kick from cinnamon and clove powder. 

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Mini yogurt shot

Mini yogurt shot

| January 28, 2014 | 4 Replies

Lucky for us, mini yogurt shots is our favorite clean eating desserts and definitely will be yours if not yet. Inspired by the Greek everyday life, where yogurt an essential product and often combined with honey. Thankfully this is easy to prepare, yummy and super healthy that your kids will love to eat.

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Portokalopita

Portokalopita

| January 20, 2014 | 10 Replies

Portokalopita *[portokalópita] captures the orange flavor which is synonymous with vitamin C. The zest itself offers a light bitter taste that helps you nourish your soul. While eating the first bites you will feel that this dessert calls for a scoop of vanilla ice-cream, but to provide an unforgettable finish to your meal, serve a cup of tea or coffee to your guests.

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Octopus stew and fava Santorinis

Octopus stew and fava Santorinis

| November 4, 2013 | 4 Replies

As if I needed to add another reason to move to Santorini is the island’s slow and easy life. But when talking about food, people there join over fresh local ingredients caught straight out from the deep blue sea or just picked from garden. Octopus stew and Fava Santorinis is the perfect combination that represents direct contact with nature.

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Kayana eggs

Kayana eggs

| October 28, 2013 | 2 Replies

There is something about the tradition behind a simple dish like Kayana eggs [αυγἀ καγιανά. avgá kayaná ] that tastes infinitely better when prepared with love and care. Two hero ingredients (eggs and ripe-juicy tomatoes) load you both with proteins and lycopene that satisfy.

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Lentil soup

Lentil soup

| October 24, 2013 | 5 Replies

Enhance the taste of a conservative/typical dish like lentil soup by adding spices and herbs. Drizzle a few drops of vinegar and give pleasure to your palate. The acidic flavor blends perfectly with the soup.

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