Creased Cheese Pie is a different Greek pie called Patsavouropita (pronounced. pah-tsah-vou-RHO-pee-ta), which is very easy to make and tastes amazing. This Greek pie is made by creasing each phyllo sheet and dipping it in a batter made with soda water, eggs and feta.
Quiche, pronounced keesh, is a French, savoury open tart consisting of pastry crust, filled with eggs, milk or cream, and cheese, meat, seafood or vegetables. Discover a new twist I made to this French favourite with Greek cheeses.
A very flaky and delicious spinach and mushroom tart or quiche made with buffalo milk butter and buffalo feta-style cheese.
When Zorra of Kocktopf, invited me on Facebook, to participate to the Bread Baking event, I wasn’t sure what to make but I decided to take the challenge. This month’s theme is breadsticks and according to our host, Marion it doesn’t matter if they are thick, thin, long, short, straight or crooked, as long as the bread or…
Now that we are still in Athens, I’ve been cooking a lot for the family. When there’s no leftover food from lunch, I usually prepare something for my men to eat in the evening. A few days ago I made pizza but when I began making the dough, the flour was not enough so I…
Fig and Peach Anthotyro Cheese Tart is a beautiful and delicious dessert to finish a meal with family. I made the tart shell from scratch and used anthotyros, yoghurt and eggs for the filing.
Melitzanes me tyria (Greek Eggplants with Cheese) is a deconstructed imam bayildi recipe I made, which however, is much lighter and healthier by roasting the eggplants and even tastier by adding peppermint and Greek cheeses, graviera and feta, which also add to the flavour.
I made this savoury cheesecake during the Christmas holidays. I was inspired by Greek Dakos which is a Cretan appetizer made on a barley rusk called dakos, with feta or myzithra and tomato on top. As a base I used a dakos rusk called kritharokoulouro, ordinary rusks and PICK salty biscuits which are similar…
I’ve been looking in my recipes file to find more easy recipes to post and, of course, I have a lot of pasta recipes which I have never posted as well as a lot of chicken recipes, as we don’t eat beef/veal, pork or lamb often but still have a few of them as well….
Greece is well known for its wonderful cheeses. I think a Greek blog would be incomplete without introducing you to some of the most popular Greek and Cypriot cheeses.