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Kalamaria or Thrapsala Tiganita or Gemista (Fried or Stuffed Kalamari)

Kalamaria (pr. kah-lah-MAHR-ghia), is a very popular dish in Greece and Cyprus, especially during Lent when seafood is allowed to be eaten.

Although we can eat all sorts of delicious food during Lent I find it difficult to cook dried legumes or just vegetables on Sundays as Ι have always connected  Sunday cooking with meat dishes.

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Fish with Mayonnaise (Psari Magioneza ) and Fish Soup

Psari Magionesa, which means fish with mayonnaise, is made by cooking the fish and boiling vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, celery, onion etc., in its broth. After removing the bones from the fish, some of the vegetables are mashed and mixed with the fish with some mayonnaise and a layer of mayonnaise is added on top and decorated with some of the vegetables.

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