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kcixcy

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These koulourakia are my favorite!! Someone please tell me if you have a good recipe, I would love to make them myself!

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Worldwide Greeks Editor

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Sure, no problem!

Here are a few good recipes for koulourakia methismena:


 

ellinasgolfer0320

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Did you try offering them some alcohol? (lame joke. The name translates to drunk koulourakia)
 

dubai_suzie

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