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O τέλειος κεφτές - Ειδήσεις - νέα - Το Βήμα Online

Ολα τα φαγητά έχουν τα μυστικά τους. Ετσι και τα κεφτεδάκια της συλλογικής μας μνήμης, που πρέπει να είναι αφράτα, μυρωδάτα, όχι ιδιαίτερα ψωμένια,

Shiamishi and Assumption Day - Kopiaste.to Greek Hospitality Greek Sweets, Greek Desserts, Greek Recipes, Desert Recipes, Pavlova, Cheesecakes, Greek Cake, Cyprus Food, Greek Cooking

Cypriot shiamishi are, kind of square shaped pies, with a thin homemade phyllo, filled in with this a fabulous semolina cream which is scented with orange blossom water and mastic resin. It is then deep fried in a lot of hot oil and then icing sugar is sprinkled on top.

"Soujuk" which we called Rojik. The tedious process of dipping strings of walnuts into syrupy grape molasses-like mixture and then hanging to dry. Grandma made this for us and it disappeared fast! (See Churchkhela/wiki) Georgian Cuisine, Georgian Food, Armenian Recipes, Russian Recipes, Grape Molasses Recipes, Greek Recipes, Desert Recipes, Cyprus Food, Vegetable Garden

Churchkhela (Georgian: ჩურჩხელა, , soutzouki (Greek: σουτζούκι), Meşlûr (Kurdish) or kaghtsr sujukh (Armenian: քաղցր սուջուխ), are traditional sausage-shaped candies originating from Georgia. It is also popular in Russia, Cyprus, Kurdistan, Greece and Turkey.The main ingredients are grape must, nuts and flour. Almonds, walnuts, hazel nuts and sometimes raisins are threaded onto a string, dipped in thickened grape juice or fruit juices and dried in the shape of a sausage.

Cypriot Trahana soup with cubes of Halloumi cheese. Cyprus Food, Georgia, Vegetarian Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Greek Cooking, Winter Soups, Ethnic Food, Halloumi, Frappe

Cypriot Trahana soup with cubes of Halloumi cheese. Village style autumn comfort food

Flaouna - Pilavuna: A common pastry for Greek-Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots Greek Appetizers, Greek Desserts, Greek Recipes, Cyprus Food, Cyprus Greece, Middle Eastern Dishes, Greek Dishes, Moussaka, World Recipes

Flaouna - Pilavuna: A common pastry for Greek-Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots

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ΣΕΦΤΑΛΙΕΣ ΥΛΙΚΑ - 1κιλο κιμα χοιρινο - 2 κρεμμυδια ξερα - 1φλυτζανι ελαιόλαδο - 1 αυγο - 2 μπολιες αρνισιες - 1 κ.σ.μ...

Traditional Tahinopittes – cypriot and proud Greek Sweets, Greek Desserts, Greek Recipes, Cyprus Food, Soda Recipe, Sweet Pie, Bread And Pastries, Dry Yeast, Tahini

Traditional Sweet Tahini Pies (“Tahinopittes”) | AΦRODITE's KITCHEN | A Cyprus Food Blog

Sweet Cream of Wheat with Spices - Ayurvedic Diet & Recipes Albanian Recipes, Turkish Recipes, Greek Recipes, Indian Food Recipes, Diet Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Albanian Food, Family Recipes, Recipies

The standard recipe for Greek/Cypriot semolina halva is referred to as "1:2:3:4", as it calls for one unit of oil, two of semolina, three of sugar and four of water. It's often molded with a ring-shaped or fluted pan.

St John Commandaria Cypriot Wine / Keo : Buy Online - The Whisky Exchange Cyprus Food, Wine Country Gift Baskets, Wine Tasting Events, Order Wine Online, Wine Gift Boxes, Sweet Wine, Wine Brands, Wine Bottle Labels, Wine Fridge

St John Commandaria Cypriot Wine - Keo : The Whisky Exchange

A Cypriot wine with history, named after the 11th-century Knights of St John who it seems were fans. A sweet, oaky and richly fruity dessert wine.

Cyprus Gastronomy Glyka tou Koutaliou (spoon sweets) Cyprus Food, Chutney, Preserves, Spoon, Greek, Europe, Sweets, Apple, Traditional

Cyprus Gastronomy Glyka tou Koutaliou (spoon sweets)