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I’m back with another Greek recipe. And yes it’s yogurt once more.
Fresh cucumber and dip, make for a very cool summer dip.
We have our version of this in India, it’s called a “Raita”, will share this too sometime.
Honestly, I’ve never been to Greece.
Greece to me has been its art, culture, philosophy, Homer’s Odyssey, etc. it’s cuisine never even crossed my mind till now.
Browsing the web for Greek food, I found many delicious recipes I would love to try.
Of these the Yiaourti me Meli sounded simple, healthy and it has my favourite ingredient - curd!!!
Melitzanosalata is an eggplant dip similar to baba ghanouj, but without the tahini. It's a very customizable dish! If you want something heartier, add some feta. If you want your eggplants to taste smokier, grill them or add a dash of paprika. It's great with olives, too!
A hearty appetizer for a fun party of friends! This can be prepped beforehand and can be enjoyed on your Mediterranean themed evening. Mezze also known as Greek tapas, is small dishes of savoury snacks served as compliment to drinks, with large variety of chips and dips, cheeses, fresh vegetables and nuts.
A shish Kabob was a grilled treat that never disaapointed. The proud men grilling always loved watching them get snatched right off the grill piping hot. I can remember how much I loved the flavor and assorted color that could easily be taken anywhere on the stick.
This burst of yum illustrates one of my great loves. A simple appetizer or snack for some is a perfectly proper happy meal for me. The creamy avocado with a punch of heat, coupled with the satisfying saltiness of a perfectly toasted chip. *runs for kitchen* 😋
Qutab is one of the most loved dishes in Azerbaijan. There are wide variety of qutabs. You can make it with meat, squash, potatoes, etc. My favorite one is greens/herbs filled one. You can add as many herbs/greens as you wish to the filling. The vast variety of the herbs make qutab ever delicious. It's favorable dish to make on spring and summer seasons when there are abundance of greens. When I was a child I lived in a small village on the shore of the Caspian see. My family grew most of our produce in our yard. If you walked through the streets of the village during summer afternoons, you could smell delicious aroma of qutab in every neighborhood.
The smell of qutab, whenever I prepare it, always takes me back to my childhood. Hope you too will make and enjoy this recipe.
Easy, crunchy and tangy sandwich for a happy Sunday evening. Swop out the bread for sturdy leaves for less carbs (not on a sunday?), increase yogourt / decrease mayo in the Tartare sauce if you prefer tangy to creamy (I do!)