Undoubtedly the best way to cope with the severe weather conditions of this winter is to make soups. Plenty of soups! We hope that you agree because today, on our new post we’re cooking a wonderful soup that will make you feel cozier and warmer.
Winter salads are thought to be dull in taste but that is not true, they can be equally delicious as spring and summer salads! Here’s an example, a scrumptious salad made with the combination of two ingredients that we Greeks like very much: beetroot and feta cheese!
It has been a very cold winter so far and what is better to tackle this frigid weather than a bowl of comfort food. Lentil soup enhanced with some spicy sausage is the perfect comfort food!
Quince is one of the few fruits that the Greeks use in their kitchen for savory dishes. One of these dishes, mostly cooked for winter feasts, is pork stew with quince.
It’s December, winter is officially here and all we want is soup to keep us warm. Because nothing beats a warming bowl of soup on a cold winter day!
On our new post we enjoy some pumpkin soup with Greek yoghurt.
Pies are our favorite comfort food and we like them especially with vegetables. A rather particular vegetable for a pie is the red pepper, but it makes for a brilliant pie to be honest! In Greece we use Florina pepper which has a distinguished rich sweet flavor. If not found, one can use any type of horn shaped red pepper
Pumpkin is in season and it’s one of the most versatile vegetables that can be used in both savory dishes and in pastry.
Today we are going to cook it with pork meat in a traditional Greek way!