Kourou phyllo dough is a flaky dough which is used to make sweet or savoury Greek pies or tarts. You can make big pies or individual pastries with your favourite pie filling.
Peinirli, pronounced Paey-Neer-LEE (peynir, Turkish for cheese) is a kind of an open faced pita (or you can even describe it as a pizza shaped gondola) with kasseri cheese, often topped with other ingredients as well.
Caramelized Peach Custard Tarte Tatin is a combination of sticky caramel, sweet peaches, delicious pastry cream topped on a crisp buttery pastry base, combine to make a twist to this heavenly French dessert.
Greek “Spanakopita” (spinach pie), pronounced (spa-nah- KOH -pee-taa), is possibly the most popular Greek pie, made with spinach, aromatic herbs and feta cheese.
This Zucchini Flowers Pie with Peppermint is perfect as a main dish with a salad or you can cut smaller pieces and serve it as an appetizer or a side dish.
Tyropita (pronounced tee- ROH -pee-ta) from tyri = cheese and pita = pie and Strifti (pronounced stri-FTEE), which means twisted. It takes it’s name from the way the cheese pie is shaped.
With this tutorial, you can learn how to make homemade dough easily using your stand mixer. To make the dough you only need four basic ingredients: flour, fat, water and salt.
You all know Spanakopita right? Well, Kolokythopita me Spanaki has all the ingredients of Spanakopita, plus butternut squash! If you like Spanakopita, you will will love it!
“Chaniotiko Boureki”. Chaniotiko is a casserrole dish from Chania, Crete. Boureki is usually something made with phyllo which encloses a filling. Do not confuse it with the Turkish borek, as this is something totally different, although in some cases phyllo is also used.
Frittata, which translates to “fried” in Italian, is an egg-based classic brunch dish. I have used the ingredients of the Greek popular dish called “Moussakas” to make this frittata