Pané is the French word for breaded so Kotopoulo pané is succulent chicken pieces coated with breadcrumbs baked with potatoes.
Olive Oil Mashed Potatoes, in Greek “patates poure”, (pronounced pa-TAH-tess pou-RHé) are delicious and perfect to accompany many meals.
Kotopoulo Psito sto Fourno is Greek roasted chicken, with extra virgin olive oil, garlic, salt, pepper, oregano, garlic and lemon juice. “Kotopoulo” is chicken, “psito” means roast and “sto fourno” means baked in the oven.
In some countries they call them potato chips and in others, French fries, fries or finger chips. In Greece, we call them “Patates Tiganites” (pr. pah-TAH-tess Tee-ghah-nee-TESS).
Moussakas (pr. mouh-sah-KHAS), is a casserole of layered sautéed slices of potatoes and eggplants (in some places they also add zucchini and tomatoes), with the meat sauce (either pork or veal) in the middle layer and topped with a lush layer of béchamel sauce and myzithra or graviera cheese, baked in the oven.
Roasting a chicken takes a little longer than some other cooking methods, but it actually requires very little preparation time. This is one of the most easy Greek dishes but so tasty with lemony potatoes which absorb all the lovely Greek flavours, from the olive oil and Greek herbs. Kotopoulo Psito sto Fourno (Greek Roasted…
Every Greek family has a Kotopoulo Lemonato recipe. Kotopoulo means chicken and lemonato, which means lemony, is the method the dish is cooked with lemon and usually with oregano.