Bogana is a traditional dish from Argolida, Peloponnese, with Leg of Lamb, roasted with whole baby potatoes and tomatoes. What makes it different and more delicious from other roasted lamb is the addition of ewe’s and goat milk butter which gives its wonderful taste.
Are you looking for something different to cook for this Christmas? I would like to share My Top Five Greek Holiday Recipes baked under an aluminum tent.
This Olive Oil Cake is made with the pulp of whole oranges and a good quality of Greek olive oil. Οrange matches perfectly with olive oil and the combination of these two ingredients result into a tender, rich and moist cake, full of citruc(y) aromas.
Lavender-Lemon Shortbread Cookies are so aromatic and these two ingredients pair well with each other as well as with mint. They are buttery and rich in flavour and if you are a fan of lemony desserts, you will love them.
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
Galatopita, (pr. Gha-lah-TOH-pee-tah) is a simple and easy Greek dessert, made with milk,eggs, semolina, butter and vanilla, which is baked in the oven.
Patsavouropita is a traditional Greek, delicious savory pie with phyllo and feta, which is very easy to make and tastes amazing.
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!
This vegan dessert is made with store bought halvas, chocolate, toasted nuts, candied fruit or spoon sweets (glyka tou koutaliou) and coconut.