Spetzofai, is a traditional Greek dish, from the Pelion area of Central Greece.
There are a lot of variations of this dish and in Pelion, they make spetzofai by adding aubergines on the dish….we like to keep it just with peppers.
Its a delicious, sharing dish and you can make it as spicy as you like!
Its best enjoyed, with some crusty bread to mop up all the yummy juices.
Greeks love pies! If you have visited Greece, I am sure you have tried this classic!
Spanakopita – Spinach and Feta pie….in Greece we serve it as a snack, starter or you can even serve it as a main course with a Greek salad.
Its easy to make and absolutely delicious!
I am sure it will bring back a lot of memories!
A traditonal Greek dish – Briam is a baked vegetable dish packed with flavour! Its the perfect dish to make for any time of the year but particularly in the summer as aubergines and courgettes are at their best.
This dish is vegan, vegetarian, gluten – free, low carb and absolutely delicious!
In Greece we eat it as a main meal with (yes, you guessed it) a good chunk of feta cheese and crusty bread.
You will love it!
These Greek cheese pies should come with a warning…they are extremely delicious and therefore addictive!
I am sharing with you my Mama’s recipe – we make them together very often as the whole family love them.
Simple to make and you can be creative with the filling by adding finely chopped spinach, finely chopped cooked meats etc
I am sure you will love them!
This is my Mama’s recipe – every time I am in Greece we will enjoy them together with our morning coffee and then again in the afternoon.
They are easy to make and they will keep in an airtight container for a week or so – well…these koulourakia never last that long in our house!
This is the ONLY pitta bread recipe you need!
We make pitta breads at the Cookery class and people are amazed at howquick, easy and most importantly yummy these are!
So if you are thinking of having Greek souvlaki – follow this recipe for pitta bread – you will love it!
*These pitta breads can be frozen also.
The glorious Baklava is a sweet delicacy of the Eastern Mediterranean and very popular in Greece.
This is my family’s way of making this lovely dessert. I still remember my grandmother making huge trays of baklava for all of us to enjoy.
Follow the simple steps on this recipe and I am sure you will love how easy it is to make.
Spoon Sweets are sweet preserves served as traditionally in a teaspoon as a sign of hospitality.
Spoon sweets are usually accompanied by a Greek coffee and glass of iced cold water.
My mum makes this cheescake for us (its her recipe) and our Strawberry Spoon Sweet provides the perfect finish!
Houmous, is so simple to make and delicious too!
This houmous recipe will give you the perfect basic houmous and also a solid base from which to work in terms of experimenting with flavours.
There is so much pleasure in making your own houmous. It’s very easy to make and believe me it tastes so much better that the shop bought ones.
Go for it – you will love it!
It is not possible to talk about the Mediterranean diet and Greek food without mentioning Gemista (Stuffed vegetables).
This is a classic vegetarian summer Greek dish found in households, tavernas and restaurants all over the country.
Gemista are vegetables usually tomatoes and bell peppers – although you can fill courgettes and aubergines also – filled with rice and baked in the oven. Gemista translates as “filled with”.
There are variations to this dish, as some prefer to stuff the vegetables with meat-based sauce, however you cannot really beat the vegetarian version. It’s just a delicious and healthy dish.
A classic Greek dip!
This is the ONLY recipe you need for authentic Greek tzatziki.
Great to complement pitta breads, gemista…its delicious and very easy to make!
Try it…you wont be dissapointed!
Portokalopita, is translated in Greek as Orange Pie and it is one of the easiest desserts you will ever make. Its a traditional Greek filo pastry dessert full of delicious orange aromas and flavours.