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greek food

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miranda rehm

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of greek food

Tradidtional Greek Food Spinach Pie- a rich pie stuffed with spinach, cheese,
onions, and herbs that are all enfolded
by crispy, flaky phyllo dough. Hummus- a dip commonly used with pita bread.

Greek salad, or Horiatiki- a rough country salad of juicy tomatoes, crisp cucumber, sliced red onion, green pepper, crumbly feta cheese and plump kalamata olives. Pastitsio- This layered recipe of pasta,
meat sauce, and cheese, is topped
with a creamy sauce. Gemista- Stuffed Tomatoes and Peppers. Lamb Exoxhiko-Greek Lamb Stuffed Phyllo. Bifetki- Greek style burgers. Ravani- a favorite cake made with semolina (or farina), and soaked in a sweet syrup. There are many different versions.

Baklavas- Chopped walnuts and almonds, cinnamon, cloves, and phyllo dough combine to create this delicious Cretan variation of Greece's most famous pastry. GALATOBOUREKO- Essentially, it's a dessert of custard made from semolina flour and a crispy phyllo shell and soaked in a lemon syrup By Miranda Rehm Souvlaki- a meat and/or vegetable on a skewer or in pita bread. Sweet egg desert bread- the twisted or braided bread, is made Year round and on holidays. On Easter it is a tradition to decorate it with red eggs.
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