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Kolokasi - Taro. Tahinopites. Makaronia tou Fournou. Fasolakia. BBC Food - Recipes - Dolmades. Simon Hopkinson Recipe - Ouzo. Ouzo Put ice in glasses and pour over ouzo. Add water - or not - to desired quantity. Hummus Put the chickpeas into a tea towel, fold it over and rub the chickpeas together to partially release their skins. Sadly, however, this will not be enough to remove every single skin and, infuriatingly, it seems that each pea has more than one! That which one needs to achieve is a shiny look to the peeled pea; any opaque skins remaining need removing with the fingers using a quick pinch. 10 minutes deleted from one's life for the best, most smooth hummus ever.Add the chickpeas, garlic/sea salt paste, cumin and tahini into a small food processor and blend together, occasionally scraping down the sides as necessary.

Cooking for friends !! For the dough 5 glasses self-raising flour 2-3 tablespoons sugar (optional) 1 teaspoon baking powder 6-7 cherry mahaleb grains 6-7 smaR mastic grains 1 teaspoon sugar 1 glass oil 1 1/2 glass lukewarm milk For the filling 1 kg flaouna cheese 1/2 glass semolina 1 piece yeast, the size of a large egg (it may be provided from bakeries) 5-6 eggs 6-7 small mastic grains 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder lots of fresh mint, finely chopped 3/4-1 glass raisins (optional) 1 1/2 glasses sesame seeds 1 egg for brushing To make the filling, grate the cheese 1-3 days in advance, if desired.

Notes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1 (454 g) packet puff pastry 800 g minced pork 6 tablespoons oil 1 small onion, coarsely grated salt and pepper parsley, finely chopped 2/3 glass almonds, blanched, roasted and cut into small pieces For the Bechamel sauce 3 glasses boiling milk 4 tablespoons oil 4 tablespoons self-raising flour 1/3- 1/2 chicken stock cube Put the oil, minced meat, onion, salt and pepper in a pan and place over moderate heat to cook. 1. 2TraditionalDishes.

Olive Oil Culture. 31 Tasty Greek Yogurt Snacks. A bowl of creamy, protein-rich Greek yogurt is a perfect way to start the day, but why restrict tangy goodness to the breakfast table? Greek yogurt makes a healthy, filling snack any time of day. Greek yogurt has a thicker texture and more protein and probiotics (aka those live cultures Jamie Lee Curtis is always talking about in TV ads) than the regular stuff.

If you’re not a fan of the store-bought stuff, make your own at home! Greek yogurt has a tangier taste than its non-strained shelf mates, so it’s perfect for sweet or savory recipes. From a fruity smoothie to lunch-worthy chicken salad, here are 31 recipes so you can enjoy Greek yogurt a new way every day of the month. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Photo by Kelli Dunn 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 15. Photo by Kate Morin 10. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. What’s your favorite way to enjoy Greek yogurt?

Sweets of ~ Cyprus on Pinterest. Pastitsio or Makaronia tou Fournou. Pastitsio is a dish for those special days when you have the time to prepare it. You need an hour for preparation, but it’s well worth it! Pastitsio - also known as Makaronia tou Fournou (or oven-baked macaroni) – is ideal for parties and picnics as it’s enjoyed both hot and cold. You can make a vegetarian Pastitsio by simply substituting the mincemeat with chopped onions, carrots, courgettes, grated white cabbage and other vegetables. We both remember our mums using the white sauce as well as a béchamel sauce. We have opted for just the white sauce as the taste is still great but it’s easier to make and lighter. For the white sauce: 8 cups milk 8 heaped tbsps corn flour 1 level tsp salt1 egg, lightly beaten1 tbsp finely chopped parsley3 heaped tsps butter 3 tbsps breadcrumbs 3 tbsps grated cheese Macaroni: Grease a shallow baking dish (33 x 38cm). Meat Sauce: Heat the rest of your oil in a large frying pan; add your chopped onion and garlic and cook until soft.

White sauce: Next steps: Tip: Best-Ever Baklava. Baklava – a dessert served in many countries around the world, all with their own personal touch. This is a very rich sweet, and therefore not one you will indulge in frequently. I make this once a year – maybe twice, at most. It’s not a weight-loss dessert, it’s not a totally healthful dessert – it is an uplifting, and very flavoursome dessert, to enjoy and lift the spirits. Having tasted the different takes of this from several countries, I have created my own vegan version, spiced up with cinnamon, lemon and other wonderful ingredients. TIP : DO NOT be tempted to eat this warm – it must be fully chilled to appreciate all the taste and flavours – the main reason being that the syrup needs quite a bit of time to soak itself into the nuts between the baklava layers.

Serves 12 medium portions 1 cup of raw pistachio nuts 1 cup roasted pecan nuts ½ cup mixed roasted nuts of your choice a pinch of salt 1 tsp ground cinnamon ¼ tsp clove powder the zest of a lemon (optional) 1½ cups (375 mL) water. Recipe for Greek Cypriot Dessert Shamishi. Food, Tasty Tuesdays Shamishi is a Greek Cypriot delicacy, a sweet treat often eaten at Cypriot panigyria (fairs) and something Cypriot diaspora enjoy making the world over. A vegan square shaped filo pie (you can use shop bought filo too of course), it houses a sweet semolina cream centre scented with orange blossom water, mastic (optional) and is deep fried in hot oil, donut-style before being sprinkled with icing sugar and cinnamon. My Dad Papa G, renowned restaurateur of the multi-award winning Olive Tree Greek Restaurants (recently awarded Best Greek Restaurant in the UK by Esquire Magazine) shares his recipe with you here. My husband Peter took the photograph and before typing this recipe, I of course ate a fair few too just for quality check *cough-delicious!

Recipe for Greek Cypriot Dessert Shamishi Recipe for Greek Cypriot dessert Shamishi. Ingredients Instructions To make the pastry, sieve the flour and salt into a large bowl. Recipe from Honest Mum website. Copyright honestmum.com. Dry Beans. Stuffed-courgette-flowers. Ingredients View the great selection of wines we've chosen to complement this recipe. Hide this message 20 courgette flowers150g white riceSprinkle finely To cut large ingredients or dishes into smaller chunks using a sharp knife. You can chop using a serrated blade fitted inside your food processor. Use imperial measurements Method How to make Stuffed courgette flowers 1) Place the courgettes flowers in cold water to open and make the preparation easier. 2) In a large mixing bowl place the rice, all the To cut large ingredients or dishes into smaller chunks using a sharp knife. 3) Place the flowers on the bottom of a large saucepan, with the openings facing the bottom.

. * Cooks Note: Place a plate (upside down) on top of the stuffed vegetables before cooking so that the parcels cannot rise or move. This recipe was provided by professional chefs and has been scaled down from a bulk recipe provided by a restaurant.

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