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blopez34

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Avgolemono can be put on literally everything!! I like to put it on gemista and dolmadakia :) This is how you make it

Ingredients: 1-2 cups broth or pan juices from the dish for which you are making avgolemono, 2 eggs, Juice of 1-2 lemons

Gradually beat in a spoonful at a time of hot broth until the mixture is very warm. Slowly pour the egg mixture into the pot with the rest of the hot broth and stir continuously until the sauce thickens slightly. Do not allow to boil because it will cook the eggs and the sauce will separate.

And this is what it looks like
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nadellii

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This sauce is so good, you can thicken it up with cornstarch if you want
 

k_tsoukalas

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This is one of the most versatile sauces in all of Greek cuisine! I use it in a bunch of different dishes, and I keep remembering different ways my family has used it that I have forgotten. My grandmother used to make this fish dish involving avgolemono. I don't remember the name of it! Does anyone know it?
 

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