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Traditional Greek portokalopita recipe. Find out how to make this tasty Greek phyllo yogurt cake infused with the aromas of fresh oranges and cinnamon here.

Christmas on a platter, drizzled with honey syrup and topped with chopped walnuts! Diples, get their name from the Greek word for “fold”, and are a traditional festive dessert, that is very popular around Christmas time throughout Greece.

Nothing says “weekend” like the smell of homemade pancakes! Some Greeks believe the popular breakfast dish ‘tiganites’ was the first documented pancake in the world. I don’t really know if it was the first, but it surely is the easiest! Discover this amazing breakfast recipe here…

This delicious Christmas Veal stew will definitely set you on a festive mood! Juicy and tender, melt-in-the-mouth beef stew with a delicious, slightly sweet, intense sauce, scented with the aromas of cognac, plums and apricots… Find out how to make the perfect Christmas Veal Stew here!

A delicious New Year’s cake recipe infused with the aromas of oranges and garnished with a thick and glossy vanilla scented sugar glaze! Discover the tradition behind this cake, the luck and smiles it will bring to you and your family…

Have a snowy Merry Christmas with these amazing sweet butter cookies! If you have ever tried making your own homemade kourabiedes before, you must know that it surely takes some time and effort to succeed. Not any more! This recipe changes everything..

Traditional Greek portokalopita recipe. Find out how to make this tasty Greek phyllo yogurt cake infused with the aromas of fresh oranges and cinnamon here.

Christmas on a platter, drizzled with honey syrup and topped with chopped walnuts! Diples, get their name from the Greek word for “fold”, and are a traditional festive dessert, that is very popular around Christmas time throughout Greece.

Nothing says “weekend” like the smell of homemade pancakes! Some Greeks believe the popular breakfast dish ‘tiganites’ was the first documented pancake in the world. I don’t really know if it was the first, but it surely is the easiest! Discover this amazing breakfast recipe here…

This delicious Christmas Veal stew will definitely set you on a festive mood! Juicy and tender, melt-in-the-mouth beef stew with a delicious, slightly sweet, intense sauce, scented with the aromas of cognac, plums and apricots… Find out how to make the perfect Christmas Veal Stew here!

A delicious New Year’s cake recipe infused with the aromas of oranges and garnished with a thick and glossy vanilla scented sugar glaze! Discover the tradition behind this cake, the luck and smiles it will bring to you and your family…

Have a snowy Merry Christmas with these amazing sweet butter cookies! If you have ever tried making your own homemade kourabiedes before, you must know that it surely takes some time and effort to succeed. Not any more! This recipe changes everything..

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Traditional Greek portokalopita recipe. Find out how to make this tasty Greek phyllo yogurt cake infused with the aromas of fresh oranges and cinnamon here.

Christmas on a platter, drizzled with honey syrup and topped with chopped walnuts! Diples, get their name from the Greek word for “fold”, and are a traditional festive dessert, that is very popular around Christmas time throughout Greece.

Nothing says “weekend” like the smell of homemade pancakes! Some Greeks believe the popular breakfast dish ‘tiganites’ was the first documented pancake in the world. I don’t really know if it was the first, but it surely is the easiest! Discover this amazing breakfast recipe here…

This delicious Christmas Veal stew will definitely set you on a festive mood! Juicy and tender, melt-in-the-mouth beef stew with a delicious, slightly sweet, intense sauce, scented with the aromas of cognac, plums and apricots… Find out how to make the perfect Christmas Veal Stew here!

A delicious New Year’s cake recipe infused with the aromas of oranges and garnished with a thick and glossy vanilla scented sugar glaze! Discover the tradition behind this cake, the luck and smiles it will bring to you and your family…

Have a snowy Merry Christmas with these amazing sweet butter cookies! If you have ever tried making your own homemade kourabiedes before, you must know that it surely takes some time and effort to succeed. Not any more! This recipe changes everything..

Holidays: Memorial Day Recipes | Easter Recipes | Thanksgiving Recipes | XMas Recipes | Christmas Recipes | Passover Recipes | 4th of July Recipes | Halloween Recipes

Nobody would argue that Greeks know something about pies. Spanakopita, or a Greek Spinach Pie, is one of their most famous creations. Flaky and crispy phyllo dough layers and a creamy spinach & feta filling. Can it be any better?

Lately I am in love with Greek cuisine. I think it didn’t come as a surprise considering that it’s my third Greek recipe this month! My love affair with the cuisine of this sunny beautiful country started with this bright lemon rice soup called Avgolemono and continued with these fantastic looking Kataifi nut & honey pastry rolls . Now it was time to try one of the famous Greek pies. They have literally hundreds of them and there is one thing all of them have in common – phyllo or filo dough.

This delicious Greek Spinach Pie can be served as an appetizer or even a light lunch. It is surprisingly filling, keeping in mind the lack of meat (vegetarians, you will love this). The end result is the delightful pie with the flaky and crispy phyllo layers and a creamy spinach and feta filling. What’s not to love about it? Greek cuisine once again gets an A-plus from me. Impressive!

In a large mixing bowl, add all ingredients and toss until salad is evenly coated with dressing. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve.

Traditional Greek portokalopita recipe. Find out how to make this tasty Greek phyllo yogurt cake infused with the aromas of fresh oranges and cinnamon here.

Christmas on a platter, drizzled with honey syrup and topped with chopped walnuts! Diples, get their name from the Greek word for “fold”, and are a traditional festive dessert, that is very popular around Christmas time throughout Greece.

Nothing says “weekend” like the smell of homemade pancakes! Some Greeks believe the popular breakfast dish ‘tiganites’ was the first documented pancake in the world. I don’t really know if it was the first, but it surely is the easiest! Discover this amazing breakfast recipe here…

Traditional Greek portokalopita recipe. Find out how to make this tasty Greek phyllo yogurt cake infused with the aromas of fresh oranges and cinnamon here.

Christmas on a platter, drizzled with honey syrup and topped with chopped walnuts! Diples, get their name from the Greek word for “fold”, and are a traditional festive dessert, that is very popular around Christmas time throughout Greece.

Nothing says “weekend” like the smell of homemade pancakes! Some Greeks believe the popular breakfast dish ‘tiganites’ was the first documented pancake in the world. I don’t really know if it was the first, but it surely is the easiest! Discover this amazing breakfast recipe here…

This delicious Christmas Veal stew will definitely set you on a festive mood! Juicy and tender, melt-in-the-mouth beef stew with a delicious, slightly sweet, intense sauce, scented with the aromas of cognac, plums and apricots… Find out how to make the perfect Christmas Veal Stew here!

A delicious New Year’s cake recipe infused with the aromas of oranges and garnished with a thick and glossy vanilla scented sugar glaze! Discover the tradition behind this cake, the luck and smiles it will bring to you and your family…

Have a snowy Merry Christmas with these amazing sweet butter cookies! If you have ever tried making your own homemade kourabiedes before, you must know that it surely takes some time and effort to succeed. Not any more! This recipe changes everything..

Holidays: Memorial Day Recipes | Easter Recipes | Thanksgiving Recipes | XMas Recipes | Christmas Recipes | Passover Recipes | 4th of July Recipes | Halloween Recipes

Nobody would argue that Greeks know something about pies. Spanakopita, or a Greek Spinach Pie, is one of their most famous creations. Flaky and crispy phyllo dough layers and a creamy spinach & feta filling. Can it be any better?

Lately I am in love with Greek cuisine. I think it didn’t come as a surprise considering that it’s my third Greek recipe this month! My love affair with the cuisine of this sunny beautiful country started with this bright lemon rice soup called Avgolemono and continued with these fantastic looking Kataifi nut & honey pastry rolls . Now it was time to try one of the famous Greek pies. They have literally hundreds of them and there is one thing all of them have in common – phyllo or filo dough.

This delicious Greek Spinach Pie can be served as an appetizer or even a light lunch. It is surprisingly filling, keeping in mind the lack of meat (vegetarians, you will love this). The end result is the delightful pie with the flaky and crispy phyllo layers and a creamy spinach and feta filling. What’s not to love about it? Greek cuisine once again gets an A-plus from me. Impressive!

In a large mixing bowl, add all ingredients and toss until salad is evenly coated with dressing. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve.




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Traditional Greek portokalopita recipe. Find out how to make this tasty Greek phyllo yogurt cake infused with the aromas of fresh oranges and cinnamon here.

Christmas on a platter, drizzled with honey syrup and topped with chopped walnuts! Diples, get their name from the Greek word for “fold”, and are a traditional festive dessert, that is very popular around Christmas time throughout Greece.

Nothing says “weekend” like the smell of homemade pancakes! Some Greeks believe the popular breakfast dish ‘tiganites’ was the first documented pancake in the world. I don’t really know if it was the first, but it surely is the easiest! Discover this amazing breakfast recipe here…

This delicious Christmas Veal stew will definitely set you on a festive mood! Juicy and tender, melt-in-the-mouth beef stew with a delicious, slightly sweet, intense sauce, scented with the aromas of cognac, plums and apricots… Find out how to make the perfect Christmas Veal Stew here!

A delicious New Year’s cake recipe infused with the aromas of oranges and garnished with a thick and glossy vanilla scented sugar glaze! Discover the tradition behind this cake, the luck and smiles it will bring to you and your family…

Have a snowy Merry Christmas with these amazing sweet butter cookies! If you have ever tried making your own homemade kourabiedes before, you must know that it surely takes some time and effort to succeed. Not any more! This recipe changes everything..

Holidays: Memorial Day Recipes | Easter Recipes | Thanksgiving Recipes | XMas Recipes | Christmas Recipes | Passover Recipes | 4th of July Recipes | Halloween Recipes

Nobody would argue that Greeks know something about pies. Spanakopita, or a Greek Spinach Pie, is one of their most famous creations. Flaky and crispy phyllo dough layers and a creamy spinach & feta filling. Can it be any better?

Lately I am in love with Greek cuisine. I think it didn’t come as a surprise considering that it’s my third Greek recipe this month! My love affair with the cuisine of this sunny beautiful country started with this bright lemon rice soup called Avgolemono and continued with these fantastic looking Kataifi nut & honey pastry rolls . Now it was time to try one of the famous Greek pies. They have literally hundreds of them and there is one thing all of them have in common – phyllo or filo dough.

This delicious Greek Spinach Pie can be served as an appetizer or even a light lunch. It is surprisingly filling, keeping in mind the lack of meat (vegetarians, you will love this). The end result is the delightful pie with the flaky and crispy phyllo layers and a creamy spinach and feta filling. What’s not to love about it? Greek cuisine once again gets an A-plus from me. Impressive!