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!
Traditional dish found in Amorgos (island of Cyclades)! More potatoes, less meat, rich tomato sauce! Hearty, suitable for the whole family and so easy to cook!
These flat croquettes are a traditional recipe of Kythnos island. The cheese and vegetables make a filling, fun treat at your next brunch!
Tava is an earthenware dish with lid, where we will bake this delicious rustic Greek dish of pork with beans. Yummy!
In Greece we call it “stifado”! This traditional full-bodied stew will bring the crowd running when you lift the lid! Perfect for a Sunday family meal!
Lentils are a healthy, meaty-tasting Mediterranean dish which cooks far faster than beans. Add celery, red pepper, carrot and spinach if you like for an extra boost of flavor and vitamins!
Autumn's favorite fruit, the apple, adds flavor to this easy, homemade recipe. This spoon sweet is made with Firiki apple, a variety of dwarf apples that are mostly cultivated in the area of Mount Pelion. It can be served alone, with soft cheese or ideally as a yogurt topping.
This Greek fried meze, filled with hard mature goat cheese, is perfect for entertaining, and the pastry could not be easier to make. Serve as a nibble or starter.
Fasolada is considered Greece’s national dish and is definitely one of the most traditional recipes of Greek cuisine. Every Greek family eats this dish at least once per month, especially during winter.
Fresh anchovies, marinated in vinegar and salt, flavored with dill, coriander and chilli flakes: the best meze to accompany ouzo or tsipouro.