Greek greens salad, or horta (HOR-tah) salad — bursting with the flavours of late summer blitum — can be eaten as a healthful side dish or a simple first course. Horta salad was a main staple of the ancient Greek diet and continues to be in modern Greece! Amaranthus blitum is a Mediterranean variety of greens, which is at its peak in late summer and fall. This Greek staple is easy to prepare, and when dressed with a bit of olive oil and lemon has a refreshing, clean taste.
Classic Mediterranean ingredients such as spinach, strawberries, cucumber, and oregano flowers unite to form an unforgettable summer salad. The key to a tempting salad is vinaigrette; strawberry vinaigrette transforms this cheerful summer salad to sublime. Also, we’re taking salad and wine pairing to a whole new level! This colourful garden-fresh salad is on the table in 5’ and it provides a fun option for any summer party.
The key to an unforgettable salad is vinaigrette. Strawberry vinaigrette dressing has subtle nuances of tart and fruity flavour and winey and floral fragrant. Master the art of making the perfect summer vinaigrette — it is very easy — and take a strawberry spinach salad to the next level or add a splash of colour to your favourite salad with my strawberry vinaigrette! Everyone will be eating their vegetables thanks to this pink vinaigrette!
White-fleshed peaches have a delicate taste, a delicate taste that accentuates the ethereal aroma of mastic. The combination of white peaches and a magical touch of Chios mastic is irresistible, especially with ancient Greek Pelanos bread. White peach and Chios mastic jam offers an otherworldly gastronomic experience; you are advised to concentrate every sense on this hedonic moment.
The art of salad-making is of great gastronomic importance; a meal is incomplete without a salad. The key to an unforgettable salad is vinaigrette. Fresh mint vinaigrette dressing has very sophisticated nuances of tart and herbal flavour and spicy and woody fragrant. Master the art of preparing the perfect beet green salad dressed harmonically with my refreshing vinaigrette! Beet green salad with fresh mint vinaigrette, masterly executed, is a piece of art.
Sophia’s hibiscus jello is a delicious light way to finish a romantic meal. Sophia’s hibiscus jello made with hibiscus syrup captures the sweet and tart flavour, the floral and fruity bouquet, and the ruby red colour — the colour of sexual attraction — of the exotic hibiscus blooms. My recipe is very easy and quick, and yet Sophia’s hibiscus jello is a majestic Valentine’s Day dessert; hibiscus is considered an aphrodisiac herb that boosts libido. My hibiscus jello recipe does not contain gelatin or artificial food colours. Sophia’s hibiscus jello is vegan, gluten-free, and alcohol-free.
The mint-infused kolokythokeftedes are a classic Greek mezze. The courgette balls are very light because they are baked. Buckwheat kolokythokeftedes are crunchy on the outside and sticky on the inside. They are gluten-free!
Chocolate panna cotta is an easy and elegant summer dessert. The rich and decadent dark chocolate combines with tropical and exotic flavors unlocked by coconut. The light and luscious chocolate panna cotta is a refreshing way to end the perfect meal accompanied by wine.
You really can’t go wrong with Greek moussaka for dinner. However, this dish is even better because it is vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free! This recipe is so delicious (and on the healthier side), we bet your kids will eat their veggies! Moussaka is a retro dish created by the Greeks of Smyrna and Alexandria. Plant-based moussaka is just as summery and tasty: this yummy combination of sweet aubergines, hearty potatoes, and savoury mushrooms, all topped with a rich vegan béchamel sauce is stick-to-your-ribs filling. Actually, you will prefer the plant-based version of this traditional Greek dish! It is guaranteed to have everyone at the table licking their forks and asking for seconds. This recipe will become your new favourite!
Constantinopolitan Malabi is one of the most popular desserts in the Constantinople-Greek cuisine. Constantinopolitan Malabi captivating the aroma of rose petals and Chios mastic is a refreshingly floral dessert. Constantinopolitan Malabi is a traditional, vintage, no-bake dessert. Even though Constantinopolitan Malabi is a gourmet dessert, my recipe is simple, vintage-inspired, vegan, and gluten-free!