Propyra (pronounced propýra) is an ancient Greek flatbread. Its name denotes a brick oven cooking technique: propyra was baked near to the oven’s door and far from the fire. Propyra’s ancient Greek recipe has stood the test of time; Greeks today call it Spetsiotic propyra, as the local islanders of the idyllic Greek island of Spetses continue to bake this flatbread everyday even to this day! Propyra is a wholemeal flatbread generously coated with sesame seeds, sea salt flakes, and freshly ground black pepper. Traditionally, propyra is eaten with almost every meal just like bread. Are you more of a flatbread than a baguette? No matter which type you may prefer, bread is one of our food staples.
Homemade crackers are easier to make than you think! This is a simple recipe with just 6 accessible ingredients. Smoked paprika crackers are crispy, crunchy, and tasty; smoked paprika brings out an appealing flavor and aroma. They are the ideal accompaniment to marinara dip and go well with white wine—pure decadence. They are the perfect snack for any time of day.
Carrot grissini are an easy finger food, a healthy snack, and an impressive party appetizer! Carrot grissini are enriched with the sweet taste and flavor of carrots and with their bright orange hue. They accompany a glass of rosé wine and go perfectly with smoked paprika hummus and pea purée. This recipe is super easy, 8 ingredients baked to crunchy perfection!
Everyone needs a trusty and easy recipe for vegan onion bread. This is the go–to onion bread recipe if you want to make a fluffy onion bread that is the perfect companion for your main dish! This savory onion bread is definitely one of my favourite recipes of all time! This is a budget-friendly recipe that you can make right now with the ingredients you have available at home.
Demeter was the goddess who taught humanity the art of making bread. After fasting, in commemoration of Demeter’s fasting while searching for her abducted by Pluto daughter, Persephone, the participants of the Lesser Eleusinian Mysteries ate pelanos, a wheat and barley bread. Succumb to the magnetism of the secret rites and feel the magic of turning water and flour into divine food.