Kotopita, which means chicken pie, is one of many types of Greek meat pites. This particular meat pie is made with chicken and shaped into a galette.
Have you ever considered using your pasta maker to make homemade phyllo from scratch? You will not believe how easy it is to make homemade phyllo in no time!
If you are carving a pumpkin for Halloween, here are a few idea what to do with your Pumpkin meat after carving it.
Bougatsa, is the name of a specific Greek pastry, filled with custard, made with corn flour (starch) or semolina and sprinkled with icing sugar and cinnamon on top.
This Turkey Pie Roulade is made with homemade phyllo dough and stuffed with leftover turkey. If you do not have leftover turkey meat from your roasted turkey, you can use minced turkey instead.
This delicious mushroom pie is made with homemade kourou phyllo (shortcrust pastry), mushrooms, leeks milk, eggs and feta.
Celebrating Greek Name Days is an important event for the Greeks.
Name days or “onomastiki eorti” as it is called in Greece is a tradition celebrated on a particular day of the year associated with the one’s given name of a Saint.
Kotopita is one of many types of pita, or Greek savory pies. After making the pork and beef galettes using leeks, I wanted to try leeks with chicken as well. You can make the recipe from scratch or use leftover chicken or turkey. I based this pie on the Chicken Pie I used to make …
Vegan Spanakopita or Nistisimi Spanakopita, is a Lenten version of a spinach pie, which we make during Lent without any egg or cheese. A small amount of semolina is added in the filling to bind the ingredients.
Tyropita (pr. tee- row -pee-ta) (τυρóπιτα), from tyri (cheese) + pita = pie is a Greek pastry made with different cheese fillings.