This is a very tasty dish!
This appetizer is very popular in Lesvos. It goes well with ouzo.
It might look difficult to prepare but if you have tasted it in a Greek island and it was well prepared, then it is worth trying to cook it. It is considered a very famous Greek appetizer which is very often accompanied with Ouzo drink. There are many variations of this appetizer. We suggest you the following recipe. Two tips regarding octopus. Do not add too much salt become it is salty. It does not require any extra water on cooking because it has its own juice.
A tasty soup, a nice solution for your Christmas eve menu. Source: Menu magazine, November 2000
Christmas is the most important feast of Christianity after Easter. Throughout the centuries Christmas also has been linked closely to traditional Greek cooking. All sweet shops decorate their windows with mounds of Kourabiedes (Holiday Butter Cookies) and Melomakarona (New […]
From Nikos Lymberopoulos, a friend of greek-recipe.com. This sweet is best eaten accompanying your afternoon Greek/Turkish coffee, just after your siesta.
Recipe taken from http://www.faliraki-info.com/susie/greek-recipes/pastries/ekmek.htm