It’s easy to understand why the Mediterranean diet is not only appetising but healthy, too. Let’s discover the story behind one delicious Greek summer recipe everyone knows – Greek Salad!
In Greece, like everywhere around the world, New Year’s Eve is special. Smashing pomegranates, hanging onions, and playing cards are just some of the unique traditions, but one special custom welcomes the New Year in every Greek household.
There’s just something wonderful about Greek Christmas! Just like the old days, Greek Nativity is a traditional celebration of feasting and spending time together with loved ones after 40 days of fasting.
Celebrating Greek Christmas? You need Greek Tsoureki! Discover our amazing new flavours for traditional Greek sweet breads.
Create a delicious antipasto platter with Olympian Continental Grissini sticks, enhanced with the tempting flavours of the Mediterranean.
Here are just a couple of canape ideas, but feel free to experiment with your favourite toppings and dips with Olympian Country Style Olive Oil Rusks. Canapes are often served at the start of a party or celebration… so be adventurous and have some fun with them!
I love eating outside with friends, family, and good food and one of my favourite appetizers to make for summer parties is this Greek Style Bruschetta with Olympian Continental Rusks. It’s easy, fresh, and a great way to use up garden basil and tomatoes.
The traditional durum semolina based Greek halva recipe is often referred to as “1:2:3:4″, as it calls for one unit oil, two semolina, three sugar and four water. So simple! If you haven’t tried semolina Greek halva before, you will be surprised by the delicious taste of those 4 humble ingredients, when combined.. here’s my version!
Karidopita (kah-ree-THOH-pee-tah) is a moist walnut cake that is flavoured with cinnamon and bathed in sweet syrup. The traditional recipe calls for breadcrumbs, a whopping 250g of butter and quite a bit of sugar…Yes, It’s quite decadent, but as a lover of all things cinnamon it definitely has my stamp of approval! My version here is made with Olympian Self Raising Flour and is a little more pleasing to your waistline but just as delicious.
Galaktoboureko is a traditional Greek dessert made with layers of golden-brown crispy phyllo, sprinkled with melted butter and then filled with the creamiest custard and bathed in scented syrup.. and is quite simply heavenly!!! This is a very easy to follow Galaktoboureko recipe for you to recreate this traditional sweet delight from scratch with Olympian Semolina and Vanilla Powder.