Quick and easy to make, this is the perfect summer appetizer to accompany your beer or ouzo. Any other kind of small fish will do (small sardine, sand smelt etc).
Simply irresistible, delicious and very juicy! You will love the combination of chicken with haloumi cheese and tomato! They keep it tender while on grill... The yogurt sauce on the side matches this dish perfectly, too.
Do you want a quick mezze for your wine or beer? This is the perfect recipe! Choose firm but ripe tomatoes for full flavor. Serve warm!
This dish is nutritious and really fragrant. The key technique is lots and lots of rinsing. Rinse lentils and rice before cooking. The other key is timing. Don't add everything together because rice and lentils cook at different rates. Enjoy this dish warm, at room temperature or even cool. It's...
There are dishes which, regardless of how traditional we are, we secretly want to try. To us the favorite one for this season is this fresh strawberry sauce pasta. Don't' worry, the sauce will be spicy enough to temper the berries' sweetness. It's like May in a dish!
This marmelade is soft, spreadable and delicious for breakfast or on top of your ice cream, your strained yogurt or cheesecake. Adding scented pelargonium leaves to the marmelade, as we often do in Greece, really enhances the flavour.
The perfect easy, clean and healthy stew to welcome May. Fresh artichokes, potatoes, and lemon and dill flavors are in perfect harmony enhancing this chicken dish.
A delicious, spicy and wholesome main course recipe you can make with your leftover Easter eggs. Add some tamarind paste if you wish and serve hot with crusty bread.
This savoury pie is an amazing way to make the best of easter dyed hard-boiled eggs. It takes a little time to make but the result is absolutely tasty!
A traditional sweet bread with mastic aromas, baked on Holy Thursday morning, decorated with dyed red eggs.
Got any leftover or broken Easter cookies? Make this easy and yummy trifle adding lemon curd and some strawberries on top! the perfect dessert for the first day of May!
Traditionally this soup is made with offal, cut in pieces, and is served after midnight, at the end of the Christian liturgy. This is a vegan version with mushrooms, but it is really tasty and extremely aromatic!
It’s hard to imagine Easter without the traditional roast leg of lamb. Accompanied by heaps of delicious potatoes, it’s all time classic, that is loved by many.