Shrimp Youvetsi Recipe Ingredients: Mussels: 2 1/2 lbs shrimp 1/4 cup butter (or dairy free butter) 1 large onion sliced 1 sliced carrot 1 green pepper sliced 1 can crushed tomatoes (14oz)
Shrimp is a popular ingredient in any coastal town in Greece. The latholemono sauce (whipped oil and lemon juice) you serve over these boiled shrimp is a classic Greek seafood topping and great addition to your culinary repertoires.
This delicious dish made with fresh string beans in olive oil with tomatoes is a tasty vegetable side dish on any Greek table. With good quality Greek olive oil to cook with you can’t go wrong!
In Greece, very little is wasted. After an orange is peeled, there’s still a use for it. People often turn it into a spoon sweet, which is a type of dessert that is, in a lot of ways, representative of Greek hospitality. They are usually…
This article calls for dried fava beans but you can easily use fresh, green fava beans if you have them on hand. Just shell the fresh ones so that you have about one pound of the beans and proceed with the recipe. No need to soak fresh…
Traditional gyros are made a certain way. They usually include traditional gyro meat, which is usually made with pork or lamb, as well as tzatziki, onions, tomatoes, feta cheese, and Greek oregano.
Galaktoboureko is a Greek custard pie with flaky phyllo dough crust. It’s best served the day it’s made so the crust doesn’t get soggy.
Greeks have a food for nearly every occasion. It’s widely understood that Kourabiedes are the ultimate cookie to have around for all of life’s happy celebrations!
This cake is similar at its base to pantespani, a Greek sponge cake, but is perfumed with cloves, cinnamon, and ouzo.
Christopsomo is a cake that is typically served on Christmas Day in Greece. Preparing this bread as a Christmas treat is something that is said to help bring about the health and well being of all members of the household into the coming…