Spetzofai is a rustic dish, typical of the region of Magnisia in Central-East Greece. It’s a stew made with spicy sausages and peppers and it’s an ideal dish for these cold autumn nights!
It’s Greek Orthodox Easter in a few days. And needless to say that there is no Greek Easter without lamb being roasted in every house that day!
Therefore, on our new post we’ve got a wonderful recipe for roasted lamb that many of us make this day but if you’re in Greece you can always find it in a good traditional tavern or a restaurant.
“Pastitsada” is the term we use to describe pasta sauces as they make them in the Ionian island of Corfu. Rich sauces with bold flavor, they are extremely delicious and a wonderful Sunday dish that everyone will appreciate!
To be frank, these are the most delicious meatballs you can imagine! When you start frying them, you won’t be able to escape the mouth-watering effect! And beware! You’ll start eating them from the frying pan, so addictive they are!
Stifado is one of our most favorite dishes usually served on Sundays or feasts. It’s a very rich dish, intense in flavor, mostly due to the fact that it has quite a lot of onions in it. And we’re not talking about one or two!
There’s no doubt that pies, being an essential part of the Greek cuisine, are one of our most favorite comfort foods. Moreover –and there’s no doubt about that either- pies are the most popular street food in the country. Wherever you go in Greece you will always bump into a pie shop!
“Papoutsakia”, the name of the dish on today’s post, literally means “little shoes”. But it’s also a wonderful Greek dish from the Peloponese, in the south of the country, where eggplants are commonly used in the local cuisine. “Papoutsakia” is actually eggplants stuffed with minced meat sauce and topped with béchamel sauce. One could say that it is a variation of the famous moussaka , but “papoutsakia” are equally delicious and when you taste them you’ll end up relishing more than one!