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One of the nicest Greek customs is the use of red eggs for the Easter celebration. It is unthinkable to set an Easter table without them, for they add to the celebration and happy atmosphere. (From www.recipesource.com)
This recipe is provided by a friend of Greek-Recipe.com, Nikos Lymberopoulos. He enjoys cooking as much as we do and every year he follows this recipe to prepare the traditional New Year’s Eve cake (aka Vasilopita). This one has the scent of Tsoureki (Easter bread) because it has Mahlep.
There are various versions of Kaltsounia. Cretan Kaltsounia are also shaped in stars like in the picture. Our effort to shape them like stars was unfortunate as you may notice. the difference from the proposal in the recipe is that instead of making a half moon you roll the circled dough up, down and left , right of the filling and then squize the dough in order to shape a star.
Cod and haddock fried fillets are usually cooked and served with garlic sauce in the annunciation of Virgin Mary on the 25th of March, which is Greeks Independence day. We suggest an alternative recipe, lighter in taste and with less calories.
Juicy and aromatic burgers, served with baked potatoes. Instead of hard tack or stale bread with mixed the minced meat with quaker oats.
This is a dish up of some remaining food ingredients, leftovers in the fridge.