What a wonderful, hearty pie! If chilies are not spicy enough for you, you can spice things up a little by using spicy sausages! In that case, serve with strained yogurt on the side or a nice green salad to cool things down a bit.
The secret in this recipe is the tuna we use. It is a beautiful smoked tuna fillet of Alonissos island, preserved in oil. You can use any kind of good quality tuna. Another secret is the honey added in the sauce!
You will just love the combination of goat's meat with artichokes and broad beans! But the zesty sauce you add before you remove the pan from heat makes this dish simply delicious.
A sumptuous dish although wild hogs have a pretty "nasty reputation" since they are a little lean (they're constantly foraging for feed). But with this recipe this wild boar will become tender, juicy and incredibly tasty!
This vegetarian filo pie is filled with the incredibly healthy nettle and spinach or chards - any decent green or a mixture can work well, too. We've used home-made filo because it's just really different to the commercial stuff and makes a -rustic- difference!
There are wonderful caramelised quinces, earthy juicy mushrooms, onion and geranium flavours in this hearty, interesting stew.
This squid recipe doesn't involve loads of prep and it rustles up a quick, tasty meze for four in no time.