They used to call it "poor man’s food" because it was cheap to buy. Our grannies were able to feed and satisfy a big family with a little codfish and only few kilos of potato... Its value and its wonderful taste are not to be questioned! In this recipe we...
Συνταγές και άρθρα για: fish
Full of taste and easy to make, this hot plate deserves a place on your everyday dining next to crusty bread for dipping in the hot sauce... You may use other types of white fish instead of tope.
Stingray is a really unique firm white fish and very tasty! It makes a beautiful weekday meal for the whole family if you add potatoes in the baking dish!
This is a traditional recipe from Preveza, in the north-western part of Greece. Red porgy and skordalia, i.e. garlicky mashed potatoes, are a perfect match in this dish!
A simple recipe, very light and aromatic. You won't believe how successful the combination of fish, orange, olives and cardamom is!
This is a typical Mediterranean dish. No need to make a fish stock; But if you want to add great depth of flavor, use anchovies even if you don’t like them. Don’t worry, your casserole won’t taste like anchovies...
This quick, easy and fragrant recipe for steamed fish with tahini sauce will definitely become a favorite in your family!
What is Bakaliaros skordalia? It’s fried salted cod with garlicky mashed potatoes. Fried salted cod fish is a very popular dish in Greece, especially on 25th March, the Greek National Independence day! You’ll surely enjoy this delicious combination!
The ‘local’, as they call olive cheese in Zakynthos, is when cheese has matured quite hard with a strong smell and extra spicy taste. The tender beans of very fit and fish roe will give your dish a very gourmet … personality.
Small minnows of the Aegean is what prompts the everyday meal and snack during the summer. A little lime and the flavor of parsley can give another dimension to the classic fried Smelt.
The preparation method used in this traditional recipe was invented in order to preserve fried fish for several days, back when there were no refrigerators.