These traditional Easter cookies (koulouria) are amazing and addictive. Most Greek houses bake their own koulouria during the Easter holidays but the recipe is slightly different from home to home. Very flavorful, airy and crunchy, they are perfect for your coffee or tea break! Enjoy!
Behold the most famous dish that combines beautiful eggplants, fragrant meat and creamy béchamel. Such a divine combination of ingredients, do try it this Sunday!
A delicacy of Thrace (north-east part of Greece). It is a crispy filo pastry sweetened with syrup. It resembles traditional baklava, but in the shape of rolls!
"Diples" means something like "a folded dessert". They are thin -folded into a crispy package- sheets of dough that are fried and then drizzled with honey and dusted with cinnamon and ground walnuts. They are a traditional Christmas or wedding dessert.
Anything wrapped and baked in parchment captures all the juices and flavors and tastes heavenly! Try this amazing golbasi with any kind of meat you love... The satisfaction you get is the same every time!
The perfect dish for a family gathering! Amazingly tasty and so tender! It is traditionally served as a one-pot meal.. Try it with lamp or chicken, too!
Try this beautiful classic Greek dessert made with walnuts, phyllo and kadayifi pastry! It's absolutely fabulous!!!
We just love stuffing red peppers with everything all year round. By bulking up the beef with fluffy bulgur wheat and loads of fresh veggies and herbs, these stuffed peppers will leave you full and happy. Your fork is waiting...!
Tender beef cooked slowly with lovely veggies in lemon sauce. This full-bodied pot roast will bring the crowd running when you lift the lid…
Galatopita, or milk pie, is a traditional Greek dessert that is made with or without crisp phyllo and a super-satisfying custard cream made with semolina flour. You will absolutely love it!
Try this traditional Greek dish with farm-raised rooster! Slowly braised delicious meat, pasta in rich tomato sauce and Mizithra cheese on top! Simply to die for!
Beautiful to look at – even more delicious to eat! Let’s bake a Greek traditional sweet bread full of flavour, that requires 2 risings, like every other yeast bread! It is traditionally braided and then baked, served to break the Lenten fast. Believe us when we say that with a...
After the midnight liturgy on Saturday night before Easter, most Greeks enjoy magiritsa. It is a traditional soup made with lamb organ meats, lettuce, lots of dill and spring onions! It actually calms the stomach and prepares people who’ve been abstaining from animal products for 40 days to...
Soutzoukakia is a delicious dish that was introduced to the Greek cuisine by immigrants in the beginning of the 20th century (from the city of Smyrni or “Izmir”). A dish packed with Mediterranean flavours, covered in a rich tomato sauce! Its secret ingredient is the cumin, a very...
Traditionally made in Mykonos island, this pie combines onions and a local fresh, unsalted cheese called tirovolia! No worries! Use any other fresh unsalted cheese made from cow’s milk instead...
Time for a quick and easy traditional recipe, strapatsada, made with beaten eggs cooked in fresh tomato sauce, but here we have added herb-smoked pork for an even more delicious result! In Peloponnese this dish is called “kagianas”! Same recipe different name… Any difference in taste? None!