Kluski z Kapusta is a traditional Polish dish with cabbage and pasta. I made a few tweaks of my own, adding Greek ingredients.
A colorful and savoury Festive Cypriot rice pilaf with carrots, red bell peppers, corn, and peas makes a great side dish to any meat dishes but it can also be hearty enough for a meal with the addition of chicken or pork.
Celeriac is a root vegetable which looks strange and peculiar, somewhat ugly and repulsive but with a lot of health benefits.
Spanakoryzo also written sanakorizo, pronounced spah-nah-KOH-reeh-zoh, is a traditional Greek vegetarian dish, made with spinach and rice.
Artichokes are native to the Mediterranean and appear during spring. They are a variety of a species of thistle cultivated as a food.
Kolokassi, from its ancient name “colocasia esculenta”, known as taro, is a root vegetable prepared the same way as potato. Chirino me Kolokassi, is a recipe from the Cypriot cuisine, which is stewed pork with taro.
Moschari Noua takes its name from the Greek word “Moschari”, which is veal and “Noix de Veau” which is the top rump, also known as silverside in many other countries.
Noua as we call it in short, is a pot roast beef or veal using the above cut. It can be cooked in a pressure cooker, in a pot or Dutch oven.
In Greece, okra are usually cooked “laderes” which is today’s vegan dish cooked with olive oil, in a tomato sauce. However, I have also cooked them with sundried tomatoes as well and they are very delicious.