Malabi is one of the most popular desserts in the Constantinople-Greek cuisine. It’s a sensational summer and a refreshingly floral dessert with the captivating aroma of rose petals and the enticing Chios mastic. Malabi is a traditional Constantinople, vintage no-bake dessert. Even though this is a gourmet Middle Eastern sweet, our recipe is simple, vegan, and gluten free!
For the tea lovers and fanatics, I am sharing with you a traditional course of a tea ritual. Let’s create a unique tea blend, which is much less expensive than buying some of the pre-made, and enjoy a fun way to explore the dynamic between the aromas and flavors we find in teas and food. Cucumber sandwiches with smoked paprika hummus and lavender-blood orange green tea blend is the best vegan snack-and-tea combination you will ever taste!
There is no doubt that hummus is one of the most popular yet healthy dips out there. This is a simple and easy recipe for homemade hummus with a twist; the smoked paprika adds a seductive smoky flavor and aroma. The smoked paprika hummus stuffed tomatoes is an impressive and nutritious side dish offering a refreshing take on spring tomatoes.
The Vegan Strawberries Tart is crunchy and yummy, full of juicy red spring strawberries. The recipe of this impressive and light dessert is very easy and simple, it contains only a few ingredients. The Vegan Strawberries Tart is everyone’s favorite spring dessert that is packed with super amounts of deliciousness.
Constantinople Walnut and Raisin pie is pure aromatherapy; the scent of almonds and walnuts fills the whole house! This is a very light dessert and it is perfect for a healthy snack at work. A cup of chamomile tea pairs beautifully with a slice of Constantinople Walnut and Raisin pie.
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.