Galaktoboureko, (pr. ga-lahk-to-BOO-reh-koh), also written Galaktomboureko or Galatoboureko, is possibly the king of sweets for many in Greece and the one I prefer the most. A fabulous semolina cream, rich and consistent, lies in the middle, between thin layers of crispy phyllo which are bathed in syrup.
Galaktoboureko in kantaifi nests is a twist of two classic Greek recipes: Galaktoboureko, which is a pastry with semolina pudding and Kantaifi, which is a pastry filled with nuts.
A twist to the classic Greek dessert Galaktoboureko made with ewe’s butter and lemon curd. As I have said in a previous post, Galaktoboureko or galaktomboureko is one of my favourite Greek desserts. There is a place in Southern Attica, specifically in Vari, called Vlahika, where galaktoboureko is famous because it is made with ewe’s milk and…