When fall weather gives you Fuyu persimmons, use them in this easy-to-make Baked Feta with Persimmons appetizer that is the perfect addition to any appetizer spread or holiday table.
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.
This Watermelon Feta Salad is the perfect way to spotlight summer’s favorite ingredient. The sweet watermelon pairs perfectly with feta. Additionally, aromatics like herbs and fennel take it to the next level.
This rich and tasty Flourless Chocolate Cake is my go-to dessert for dinner parties. It’s incredibly easy to make, and will satisfy even the most picky palates.
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.
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.
It seems like avocado toast gets all the glory, but in my heart a rich, rustic, mushroom toast ranks no. 1. And it’s surprisingly easy to make with this recipe. Enjoy it any time of day: breakfast, lunch, brunch, second breakfast, etc. You will thank me.
Beans and legumes comprise one of the cornerstones of the Greek diet. And it’s no wonder — they’ve existed in Greece since before the Bronze Age. They are a humble ingredient that makes a sustainable source of protein and ultimately satisfaction. That’s why you can find Fasolada — Greek White Bean Soup — throughout the country and diaspora.