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Cheese pastries

Cheese pastries

Serves/Yields: 25-30 pieces

Season: All seasons

Greek: Tiropitakia

The picture shows cheese pastries with round shape made with home made filo. The recipe demonstrates though the making of cheese triangles with crusty filo.

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Greek baklava

Greek baklava

Serves/Yields: 10 persons

Difficulty: Medium

Season: All seasons

Greek: Baklavas

Layers of filo fough, well oiled or buttered, alternated with layers of chopped nuts and raisins or currants. A very popular Greek recipe.

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Milk pie

Milk pie

Serves/Yields: 8 persons

Difficulty: High

Season: All seasons

Greek: Galaktoboureko

Filling Pastry Syrup

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Spinach pie with cheese

Spinach pie with cheese

Time: 1,5 - 2 hours

Difficulty: Medium

Season: Autumn/Winter

Greek: spanakopita

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Spinach Pie with Cheese Demo
 
Honey and cheese patties

Honey and cheese patties

Serves/Yields: 12 pieces

Difficulty: Medium

Season: All seasons

Greek: Sarikopitakia

This is a traditional recipe from the Greeks of Constantinopolis. The combination of sweet honey and salted cheese is unique.

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Pie from Ceasaria

Pie from Ceasaria

Season: Autumn/Winter

Greek: Pita Kesarias

This pie is also called “Pastourmadopita”. The scent of pastourma is strange and not admired by everybody. Some people say that the best pastourma is made from camel’s meat but this is not true. The best pastourma is from the beef’s saddle and is made in Ceasaria. Pastourma is also made in Instabul. It can be found in large super market stores. This is a traditional recipe from the Greeks of Constantinopolis.

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Cheese and onions pie

Cheese and onions pie

Season: Spring/Summer/Autumn/Winter

Greek: Kalasouna

Kalasouna is the traditional cheese pie of Folegandros island.

You can also use frozen filo, purchased from the super market. The taste of home made filo is much better.

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