Trahana is a type of ancient wheat product that is used Greece and the eastern Mediterranean to create a deliciously distinctive base for soups and Greek-style pasta dishes. Super easy to make, you will have this traditional trahana dish from the stove top to the table and into hungry mouths in about 30 minutes.
Trahana is a type of ancient wheat product eaten in Greece and the eastern Mediterranean, traditionally made as a way to preserve milk for the cold winter months. You can find Greek trahana in Greek supermarkets and delicatessens however it is super easy to make yourself. Today’s heartwarming trahanosoupa recipe is simple to make and can be from stove to table in a half hour or less. Serve with some crusty bread and you’ve got yourself a delicious, heart-warming meal.