Bergamot marmalade is the best of all citrus marmalades. It is precious as it has the most aromatic flavour that you can ever imagine. In this recipe it is made with the leftover fruit mixed with some bergamot peel.
Glyka tou Koutaliou (fruit preserves)
Peach compote is a simple and delicious dessert, made of whole or pieces of fruit in sugar syrup. It’s very easy to make and can be eaten as a simple dessert on its own, or it goes well with ice cream, with Greek yoghurt, served with crepes or pancakes, on top of puddings, etc.
Glyko Portokali (orange fruit preserve) is one of the most popular Greek preserves. The traditional way of making “glyko portokali”, is by using the peels making them into rolls whereas this one uses the whole fruit.
These ice pops are refreshing, delicious, healthy, with no preservatives or additives, without any artificial colour or aroma and only 61 calories each!
“Härzlech willkomme in Lozärn” and welcome to the World Culinary ABC event. We have enjoyed seeing bloggers hosting and participating in this event where food bloggers virtually travel around the globe in search of recipes to cook for the country or town they are hosting. Today, the town I am featuring and hosting is Lucerne, in Switzerland….
This dessert is easy to make and so light and refreshing, which will please everyone. Instead of making a pastry cream with heavy cream, butter and eggs, I made this light cream using evaporated milk and Greek yoghurt, which add a wonderful taste but with far less calories. My relatives in Sparta have started their new…
This Banana Jam with Figs, Peaches and Grapes is very aromatic and you can serve it on your toast, muffins, scones, cheesecakes or with a cheese platter.
I have already posted the recipe for making Apricot Jam but this one deserves a separate post just to show you how quickly you can turn some ripe fruit into jam in no time. It took 15 minutes from start to finish. I bought these fruit six days ago and after eating as many as…
Yiaourtoglyko is one of the easiest desserts you can make. It can be made with any glyka tou koutaliou (fruit preserves) but if you do not have any you can substitute the fruit with canned fruit.
I always start the first post of the year with something symbolic, which should be sweet so that the New Year will also bring sweet memories the next year to come. My first dessert of the year is not only sweet but also peppery which makes it even more interesting as they will be lively and…