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Tag: Greek cooking
Portokalopita technically means orange pie however it is more like an orange phyllo cake. It’s dough is made with shreds of phyllo strips with a vanilla orange custard and it is soaked in an orange syrup. We know you will enjoy this delicious recipe.
Like spanakopita, tiropita is also a savoury Greek pie encased in a filo crust, however instead of a spinach, herb and feta filling, tiropita is filled with a mixture of cheese and eggs.
Loutraki, the gate of Mythical Peloponnese, is in the midst of preparations as they prepare to host the “Taste Of Loutraki, The Corinthian Food Festival” – a modern, multi-themed three-day gastronomic event.
Tourlou Tourlou is Greece’s answer to French ratatouille, however more liberal with the vegetables and extra virgin olive oil content. Full of hearty veggies and extra virgin olive oil goodness, this vegan dish is delicious and perfect to make any time of the year.
Melomakarona are traditional Greek Christmas spiced cookies that are moist, syrupy and extremely flavoursome. They are prepared in Greek households over the Festive Season and as they are Nistisima (lent friendly) they are perfect for entertaining during the Nativity Fast.
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