Melomakarona: Greek Christmas cookies made with olive oil, semolina, honey sirop and a sprinkle of walnuts!
A Typical Turkish Breakfast Spread, Considered .Very Important It is a Time for Sharing, a Solid Full Meal, Meats, Breads, Cheeses, Veggies, Olives, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, French Breads, YUMMY !!
Santorinian Salad:30 santorini’s cherry tomatoes 1 cucumber seeded and cut “Chloro” cheese(fresh goat cheese from santorini or Feta)8 Rusks (dried bread) broken into pieces,1/2 Onion sliced Capers,Caper leaves,Olives,Olive oil,salt and pepper,pinch of oregano.Cut tomatoes in half and place in a large bowl.Mix in all ingredients except cheese and let sit for an hour or so. Before serving add cheese.
Glyka tou koutaliou (spoon sweets) are not only a classic Greek treat but also a healthy and vegan option for those sweet cravings. They are made all over Greece with all sort of fruit according to the area and the time of the year. This one is made from bergamot and was prepared by my mother from the fruit of the bergamot tree in the garden.
Loukoumades // Greek Donuts
The history of Greek gyros According to historical sources, in 9th-century Baghdad they made “Judhaba”, a dish similar to gyros. There is no other reference over the following centuries. Today it is believed that gyros was first made in Livadia in the 1950s, where the first souvlaki on a wooden stick was also invented.
Banana oat cookies, healthy, vegan and perfect for your coffee, tea or breakfast! Very easy to make with just bananas, oats, nuts, cranberries or morello cheries, cinnamon and dark chocolate.
Greek yoghurt and honey blueberry muffins! I prepared this recipe from http://bakerbynature.com/ and it was the perfect Saturday breakfast!
Pancakes with soya milk and olive oil! The soya milk gave them a naturally sweet flavour. With some fresh strawberries on top, they were the perfect weekend breakfast!