Trust me, you’re going to want to spread this jam on everything! Greeks traditionally flavour fig jam with rose geranium, a culinary delight passed down from the Byzantine era. This jam will keep for up to a year in the sealed jars.
Blueberry mixed greens salad is synonymous to summertime picnics. This salad is the perfect summer side dish. Serve with Merlot rosé — are you picturing yourselves already picnicking in the countryside?
One of the latest trends in the food industry is modern nostalgia and cottagecore. With love for the countryside and nostalgia for the past, in these febrile times let’s fall back on familiar comfort food and local products. Cottagecore is, among others, about self-soothing with a hearty meal. The recipe with its rustic simplicity puts a bounty of sun-kissed countryside flavour on a plate that makes you dream of an idyllic escape in the Mediterranean verdure.
Fast, flavourful, and family-friendly, this vegan take on everyone’s favourite fast food — Greek gyros — is guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser! This popular Greek fast food is often served with a number of garnishes, including sliced fresh tomatoes and French fries!
We get the creepy crawlies just looking at these mini pies! Give your kids a fun and healthy treat this Halloween with these tomato mini pies. Their decoration is good enough to eat and so easy to make, it’s frightening! The only trick to these vegan and gluten-free mini pies is how easy they are to make; they make use of ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. If you are hosting a Halloween party this year, look no further: this spooky appetiser will delight both adults and children, and it will make them think you put in a lot of effort.
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.
This rustic Italian bread has a golden-brown crust and a dense moist texture. The dough for focaccia is indented and olive oil is generously drizzled over the indentations in the dough. Try dipping this flatbread in infused olive oil for the perfect bite!
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.
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.
Give this classic Greek recipe a try! Dill and mint bring a heavenly fragrance and herbaceous flavour to these juicy, lemony bundles. Lahanodolmades, as the Greeks call these cabbage rolls, are served in Greek mezze platters as a compliment to drinks. This vegan Greek mezze easily becomes a complete meal when you add a simple side salad or some sautéed greens.