A vegan Greek aromatic herbed spinach risotto based on the Greek spanakoryzo recipe but made with the method of making risotti.
Offal are the organs (such as the liver, lungs, heart or kidney) of an animal that are used for food.
Most people don’t eat offal but we Greeks love them and cook them in many ways (see links at the end of the post), our most popular recipe being Kokoretsi.
Thrapsala (Illex coindetti or shortfin squid) are of the same family as calamari but much more cheaper, at least here in Greece, but equally delicious.
Gemista, is one of the best Greek summer dishes, which are usually stuffed with rice and aromatic herbs. Some times they also add some ground meat as well combined with rice. In this recipe, instead of using ground meat, I used sausages.
Rosotto is a vegan rice pudding made with rice flour and rose cordial. I named this pudding rosotto (playing with the name risotto) because roz in Greek means pink. I must be the person who has made the most rice puddings in the world! Here are a few: Classic Ryzogalo (Greek Rice Pudding) Vegan Lactose …
I made these Marinated Pork Chops with ingredients I had at home. The marinade tenderized the pork chops, while making them extra juicy, infusing them with a sweet and sour flavour.
Gemista (pronounced as yeh-mee-STAH), are Greek stuffed tomatoes and peppers filled with rice and herbs, baked with potatoes, in a tomato sauce.
A colorful and savoury Festive Cypriot rice pilaf with vermicelli pasta, pine nuts and raisins.