Diples (Δίπλες) - Kalofagas - Greek Food & Beyond - Kalofagas - Greek Food & Beyond

Diples (Δίπλες) - Kalofagas - Greek Food & Beyond - Kalofagas - Greek Food & Beyond. I don't really care.

Amateur Cook Professional Eater - Greek recipes cooked again and again: Diples - Greek traditional Christmas deep fried sweets

"Diples" literally means "folds" in Greek. These deep fried delicate "cookies" are sometimes shaped in bowknots or other fancy shapes, dep.

Έχουμε ανακατέψει το καρύδι με την κανέλα. Σε κάθε στρώση από δίπλες ρίχνουμε καρυδάκι λοιπόν από πάνω

Diples _ Description Diples are considered a traditional sweet in Kalamata. It is dough rolled into thin strips, fried in olive oil and then dipped in syrup. We gine them at engagements, weddings, christenings.

Catholic Cuisine: Christ's Diapers  haha, I love that there's a recipe for this!

This coming Sunday the Christmas season will come to a close as we celebrate the Feast of the Baptism of The Lord . In her cookbook A Conti.

Diples (THEE-ples) In case you are not familiar with them, Diples get their name from the Greek word for "fold." They are thin sheets of dough that are folded while being fried into a crispy package that is then drizzled with honey and dusted with cinnamon and ground walnuts.

Diples

Diples - Recipe for Making Greek Diples - Fried Greek Pastries with Honey and Cinnamon

Diples (Greek Christmas Pastries with Honey)

Traditional Greek Diples Recipe (Greek Christmas Pastries with Honey)

Traditional Greek Diples Recipe (Greek Christmas Pastries with Honey) - My Greek Dish

Xerotigana or Diples... traditionnal greek sweet treat with honey!

Xerotigana or Diples. traditionnal greek sweet treat with honey!

Amateur Cook Professional Eater - Greek recipes cooked again and again: Diples - Greek traditional Christmas deep fried sweets

Traditional Greek dessert: theeples or diples are sweet fried bow knots with honey sauce.

Ms Toody Goo Shoes - Yum! Greek "Diples"

It's All Greek (Food) To Me

Diples If the saying is true that "you are what you eat," then I guess that makes me Greek pastries.

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