Greek Chicken with Feta Tomato Salsa
Looking for the best Greek Chicken recipe? This baked Greek chicken recipe is topped with feta cheese and is so delicious and juicy.
illustrated recipes: august
this month i have a double illustrated recipe for you! greek and perfect for summer and sharing. there's something about the mixing of mint...
Beef Pastitsada - Greedy Gourmet | Food & Travel Blog
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe Italians aren’t the only ones who like to use tomatoes in their cooking – the Greeks do too! Those of you who grow your own vegetables know what kind of problems harvesting season brings. No doubt it is a nice problem to have but how exactly do you eat 10kg of...
Chicken Kalamaki (Yogurt Lemon Chicken) - Partial Ingredients
Kalamaki (or Souvlaki) is a Greek food that can be made with chicken, beef or vegetables. The meat is marinated and grilled on a skewer. I marinated the chicken in lemon, yogurt and oregano for a few hours before grilling. It was a simple marinade of fresh ingredients that went really well with the flavors...Read More »
Chicken Souvlaki with Tzatziki Sauce
Tzatziki is a traditional Greek yogurt-based sauce flavored with lemon, garlic, and crisp cucumber. Let toddlers dip halved cucumber slices, chunks of
Hummus - Partial Ingredients
Hummus is one of those foods that is easy to pick up at a grocery store and not really give it a second thought. That’s what I did for a long time until I decided to explore Lebanese food a little more. Years ago, my family would get take-out from a local Lebanese deli and...Read More »
Rich, Eggy, Sweet: 15 Easter Breads from Around the World
Rich with tradition, symbolism, and treasured ingredients, Easter breads figure prominently in many cultures’ celebrations. From Russia to Spain, these yeast-risen breads are full of eggs, butter, sugar, fruits, nuts, and spices – a small reward following the period of Lent leading up to Easter Sunday. Grab your passport and travel around the world through the lens of Easter bread. From hot cross buns in Britain, to Greek Tsoureki, your eyes and stomach will thank you.
Soutzoukakia - Souvlaki For The Soul
A few weeks ago I made soutzoukakia. Don't be put off by their hard to pronounce Greek name. Soutzoukakia are basically meat balls shaped like a small sausage. (Mine are probably a little longer than the usual plump soutzoukakia you find in many Greek taverns). I can remember these being present at many Greek...Read More