Greek Recipes

Greeks Invented Cheesecake on Samos Island in 2000 BC

Happy National Cheesecake Day! Yes, June 30th is cheesecake day. No, cheesecake was not invented in New York. Did you know that the Greeks invented cheesecake too? You can probably hear “Ha!…

The Viral Tik Tok Greek Feta Pasta Recipe

This viral Tik Tok recipe has taken the social media world by storm. In Finland, feta even sold out everywhere at stores because of this Feta Pasta recipe. It is very easy…

Galaktoboureko Greek Dessert Recipe

Have you ever felt a sudden craving for something sweet, juicy, that melts under your hungry palate? I know I have many times. And what do I do? I run to the…

Yes. The Greeks Invented Pizza Too, Not the Italians!

When one thinks of pizza they usually think of Italy. Most assume the infamous pizza was invented by the Italians. However, about 2700 years ago, the Greeks invented a flat bread called…

Greek Baklava Cheesecake Recipe

“The first “cheese cake” was produced on the beautiful Greek island of Samos. Physical anthropologists excavated cheese moulds there dating from about 2,000 B.C. Most certainly, for thousands of years before this,…

Kourabiedes (Greek Shortbread Cookies) Recipe

Kourabiedes are one of the most delicious Greek shortbread cookie sweets you’ll ever taste. These butter cookies, which are sometimes flavoured with brandy, vanilla, or mastiha, are the buzz of Greek tradition…

Avgolemono Greek Chicken Soup Recipe

One of the most traditional recipes of the Greek cuisine is the ‘Avgolemono’ (Egg and lemon) chicken soup. This dish is so old and so…Greek that it brings back memories of our…

Greek Pastitsio Recipe

Photo Credit: thehungrybites.com This is the Greek version of Lasagna! Many will say that it is even better than Lasagna. Yes! There you go! What do you think? Is Pastitsio better than…

A list of popular Greek appetizers

Whenever you’re hungry there’s nothing better than eating a few small appetizers (or ορεκτικά as they’re called in Greek) to get your stomach growling for more. I look at them as the warm-up…

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