Kotopita is one of many types of pita, or Greek savory pies. After making the pork and beef galettes using leeks, I wanted to try leeks with chicken as well. You can make the recipe from scratch or use leftover chicken or turkey. I based this pie on the Chicken Pie I used to make …
Tyropita me Maratho means cheese pie with wild fennel. This is a traditional cheese pie, which my mother in law used to make with feta cheese and fennel.
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Horiatiko phyllo which is the Greek equivalent to Provençal Pastry is one of many types of phyllo used in Greek cuisine to make pastry.
Although making pies is not considered to be an easy job, pies are considered easy to eat and this bell pepper pie is both really easy to make and to eat. Bell Peppers, also known as sweet peppers are native to Mexico and their seeds were carried to Spain during the 15th century and from …
Glykia Tyropita, which means sweet cheese pie, was inspired by Cypriot Bourekia, which are made with homemade phyllo, anari (whey cheese similar to ricotta), cinnamon and orange blossom water.
Galatopita, which means milk pie, is a very simple, rustic, Greek traditional pudding cake which dates back to antiquity and was made with simple ingredients such as milk, eggs, flour, honey and cinnamon.
A round-up of many savoury pies .. by talented food bloggers.
Badjina is a Greek regional pie made mainly in the region of Thessaly, which consists of a batter made with milk, olive oil, eggs, goat cheese and corn meal, in which pumpkin is mixed in.
Flaounes pr. flah-OU-ness (singular flaouna) is a traditional Cypriot Easter cheese bread made with an aromatic yeasted phyllo dough, filled with a special Cypriot cheese, called Pafitiko, made during the Easter period especially for flaounes, flavoured with Masticha (mastic resin), mahlepi (mahleb) and mint.