Pastitsio is one of Greece’s most iconic comfort food dishes. Discover the tips and tricks to making this delicous baked pasta dish.
This Greek Salad recipe will set you up for success. In this post I outline 7 keys to focus on to make a beautifully fresh and tasty Greek salad.
Drawing on classic flavor combinations is one way to dress up everyday shrimp. We all know shrimp at their most basic — sizzled up with a little garlic and butter. But this recipe raises the volume on our favorite crustacean with deep depth of flavor and a little acidity.
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, …
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.
Chicken, potatoes, lemon, oregano, and olive oil are some of the most iconic components of Greek gastronomy. And they all come together to make a zesty savory comforting meal in this Greek lemon chicken and potatoes recipe.
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.
Manestra is a humble one-pot dish common throughout Greece. At its most simple, it’s just orzo (in Greek called kitharaki) in tomato sauce. You can make that sauce from tomato paste or with canned or fresh tomatoes (wait till they’re in season). But you can also dress it up a bit and make it heartier with a little chicken or other meat. That’s what I’ve done here, because that’s how I remember eating it.
Get all the satisfaction of Spanakopita in a fraction of the time with these Spanakopita Stuffed Mushrooms. They’re super tasty, easy to make, vegetarian, and gluten-free.
This Mushroom Pasta recipe is a riff on one of my favorites that I developed for Opa! The Healthy Greek Cookbook. The dish was based off one I had in Athens, using pasta and mushrooms from Crete where my family roots are from. It’s an umami bomb that combines meaty wild mushrooms with cheese and a little cream/Greek yogurt. In this recipe, I’m also suggesting adding saffron, which plays off the richness with more nuance and depth of flavor. It’s optional, but I highly recommend it. Cooking it all in one pot makes the process seamless and clean up is easy when you’re done.