Portokalopita is a mouth-watering Greek dessert that is sure to satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth. It’s a confection that is steeped in tradition, and its unique blend of citrus and spices is just one of the reasons why you will absolutely love it.
Pastitsio is one of Greece’s most iconic comfort food dishes. Discover the tips and tricks to making this delicous baked pasta dish.
Spanakorizo is comforting, easy to cook, healthy, and delicious! Spanakorizo is a deliciously classic Greek recipe that simply combines spinach and rice with alliums, herbs, …
Magiritsa soup and Greek Easter go hand-in-hand. After fasting for 40 days, Greek Orthodox Christians break their fast after midnight church services with a heaping bowl of this lamb soup laced with an egg-lemon sauce.
Using an air fryer is the perfect method to make beautifully textured, light and healthy Kolokithokeftedes. This tongue twister of a zucchini patty appetizer is one of Greece’s most beloved dishes, blending freshly grated zucchini with scallions, herbs, feta cheese and kefalotiri.
Travel to the picturesque Greek island of Sifnos and learn how to cook their most famous dish — Lamb Mastelo. This recipe is easy to follow and walks you through how to make this unique and delicious dish.
If there’s one certainty in life that I can stand fully behind is that Greeks love their potatoes. The humble root vegetable is incorporated into a number of iconic dishes like moussaka, briam, artichoke and potato stew. If you’re used to visiting Greece in the summer you’ll most often see it fried in olive oil as the universal side dish. But what I want to share with you today is my all-time favorite recipe for roasted Greek lemon potatoes.
Fava, the Greek yellow split pea purée is a delicious, healthy powerhouse. What makes the Greek and Mediterranean Diet so healthy? Legumes like the humble …
I wanted to put a healthier spin on the classic Greek skordalia and update it a bit. So instead of the starchy base like bread or potatoes, I’m using avocado for this recipe. Avocados are nutrient dense and full of healthy fats. They also whip up perfectly with garlic, extra virgin olive oil, and lemon that are the backbone of this recipe.
To say meatballs are one of my favorite comfort foods would be an understatement. I love them with any type of ground meat, served alone, or Keftedes served with tzatziki on a mezze spread. I make them all the time for my Los Angeles personal chef clients because they are so versatile, delicious, and freeze well. But one of my favorite ways to eat them is in tomato sauce full of savory spices like in this Soutzoukakia recipe.