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  • Diples (Δίπλες) - Mycitycuisine.org
    of syrup and the thiples are sprinkles with chopped nuts and cinnamon Thiples can be made in different shapes of which the most common are bow ties and spirals Diples are a typical dessert in the Peloponese and are also served at weddings and at New Year s celebrations Diples made on an iron mould dipped in batter and cooked in cooking oil Another form uses an iron mould dipped in diples batter and cooked in cooking oil until the diples separates from the mould It is topped with honey crushed walnut and cinnamon Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Diples a k a Dipples baking about com Diples en wikipedia org Go To Greece With Golden Diples honestcooking com edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Diples CE 94 CE AF CF 80 CE BB CE B5 CF 82 Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history

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  • Galaktoboureko (γαλακτομπούρεκο) - Mycitycuisine.org
    underneath or rolled into individual servings often approximately 10 cm long It is served or coated with a clear sweet syrup Its name is derived from the words gala γάλα milk in Greek and bourek Turkish word burek pie or pastry Unlike mille feuille which it otherwise resembles the custard is baked with the pastry not added afterwards Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Custard Pie with Phyllo Recipe Galaktoboureko greekfood about com Galaktoboureko en wikipedia org Galaktoboureko γαλακτομπούρεκο kalofagas blogspot com edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Galaktoboureko CE B3 CE B1 CE BB CE B1 CE BA CF 84 CE BF CE BC CF 80 CE BF CF 8D CF 81 CE B5 CE BA CE BF Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history Actions Search Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Suggest a Dish Supporting Bloggers Help Toolbox What links here Related

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  • Kolourakia - Mycitycuisine.org
    is the diminutive form for a ring shaped loaf or lifebelt These pastries are also often shaped like small snakes by the Minoans as they worshiped the snake for its healing powers Now the pastries can be shaped into braided circles hairpin twists figure eights twisted wreaths horseshoes or Greek letters although they are still often shaped into a snake style They are commonly eaten with morning coffee or afternoon tea Like all pastries they are normally kept in dry conditions in a jar with a lockable lid Often a clove is added in the middle of the pastry for added flavor Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery Koulourakia a traditional Greek dessert Koulourakia melomakarona kourambiethes and kourambedes Koulourakia Greek Easter Biscuits To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Koulourakia en wikipedia org The History of Greek Koulourakia thebestfromgreece com Koulourakia baking about com edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Kolourakia Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants

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  • Kourabiedes - Mycitycuisine.org
    single whole spice clove embedded in each biscuit Kourabiedes are shaped either into crescents or balls then baked till slightly golden Immediately after removing the cookies from the oven the Kourabiedes are rolled in confectioner s sugar icing sugar and left to cool They are typically then rolled in icing sugar again once cooled Kourabiedes are also especially popular for special occasions such as Christmas or baptisms christenings though they re seen in Greece year round It is said that during the Ottoman occupation of Greece these cookies where made crescent shaped in order to resemble the Ottoman flag After Greece regained independence they again began to be made in different forms Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Kourabiedes en wikipedia org Kourabiedes gourmettraveller com au Melt in your mouth Kourabiedes kopiaste org edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Kourabiedes Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View

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  • Moustalevria - Mycitycuisine.org
    is often used as a sweetener in traditional bread recipes as well as in the preparation of desserts and candy This grape must pie is a favorite especially popular at grape harvest season when the must is fresh When the pudding solidifies it takes on the appearance of a hard jelly Moustalevria can be air dried under the sun to turn it into a hard chewy candy which can be stored for a long time in a cool place This was done in the past to preserve seasonal for harder times eg winter Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Moustalevria en wikipedia org Grape wine pudding Moustalevria www greek recipe com Moustalevria Grape Wine Pudding www food com edit Rating 2 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Moustalevria Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history Actions Search Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Suggest a Dish Supporting Bloggers

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  • Tsoureki - Mycitycuisine.org
    and flavoring agents which can be either cardamom and mahlab or cardamon and Chian mastic There is a trick with the butter which is added after the kneading is done the dough is stretched like a cord wetted with molten butter folded and stretched out again wetted folded and stretched out until all the butter is incorporated The result of this technique is that the baked bread separates easily into strands A good tsoureki should be soft moist and fluffy yet stringy and chewy If anything it should be slightly underbaked rather than overbaked Variations of tsoureki made for different occasion are Lambropsomo λαμπρόψωμο or Lambrokouloura Λαμπροκουλούρα for Easter Christopomo Χριστόψωμο for Christmas and Vasilopita Βασιλόπιτα for New Year s Day Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Tsoureki en wikipedia org Tsoureki Greek Easter Sweet Bread food com Tsoureki Greek Easter Bread closetcooking com edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Tsoureki Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP

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  • Souvlaki - Mycitycuisine.org
    variants is confusing and inconsistent Depending on the context the term souvlaki by itself may refer to any of the variants In some regions and some restaurants the name shish kebab is used to denote a particular variant of souvlaki e g with vegetables on the skewer but it is essentially a synonym The word souvlaki is a diminutive of σούβλα souvla skewer itself borrowed from Latin subula Souvlaki is attested in Greece since antiquity and it was known with the name ὀβελίσκος obeliskos dim of ὀβελός obelos spit mentioned amongst others in the works of Aristophanes Xenophon Aristotle etc A meat and bread recipe which resembles the way pita souvlaki is served today with pita bread was also attested by Athenaeus in Deipnosophistae and called the plate kandaulos The skewed meat kebab like recipe existed as a favourite in ancient Greece at Archaic times as the earliest references are attested in Homer Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Souvlaki en wikipedia org Greek Souvlaki Souvlakia Shish Kebabs thursdayfordinner com Souvlaki The Hamburger of

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  • Bougatsa - Mycitycuisine.org
    is dusted with a layer of sugar sliced and served fresh Today most modern sellers of bougatsa make it with the help of machines because the traditional process is so labor intensive However cafes and bakeries selling hand made bougatsa still exist especially in smaller towns and villages of Greece Bougatsa seems to have originated in Constantinople before it was captured by the Turks But even after the capture bougatsa was still being produced From Constantinople it spread all over Greece by refugees fleeing from the Turk captured city The town of Serres achieved the record for the largest bougatsa on 1 June 2008 It weighed 250 kilos was 20 metres long 60 centimetres thick and was made by more than 40 bakers Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Bougatsa en wikipedia org Bougatsa me Krema Creamy Custard Phyllo Pastry greekfood about com History of Bougatsa vants net edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Bougatsa Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36

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