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Refreshing, airy and creamy. This Ekmek Kataifi is a traditional Greek dessert made out of one layer of syrup-soaked shredded phyllo pastry, one layer of cool custard cream, and one layer of the airiest homemade whipped cream. Sprinkled with cinnamon and nuts on top. Considered one of the most...
I have been having trouble with frozen phyllo - it sticks when I take it out of the package. I will try to switch to a different brand, but I am wondering if I should actually give making my wn phyllo a try? Do you guys have any tips for me?
I found this recipe - does it look good to you guys? I have never done this before:
There is nothing better than a homemade pie, made with homemade phyllo! Crunchy, buttery, full of flavours, well made phyllo can transform your favorite pie but is notoriously difficult to make. I have put together my favorite phyllo recipe with step by step instructions to help you succeed on...
My family makes this dish and I am trying to recreate it and maybe even try something different... I know it might take me a while to nail down my technique before Thanksgiving, and I will even want to do at least one test run.
As far as I can tell this is basically the technique:
Sauce one chopped onion
Brown the hamburg
Add salt, pepper, and spices (I think my family uses allspice?)
Stir in the rice
Stir in roasted chestnuts.
As you can see, I don't know amounts or timing. Can someone help me recreate it?
I have been experimenting with Greek cooking for a few years now and I didn't have the guts to start trying to work with phyllo until recently - I tried to make baklava. I had all kinds of problems and I am hoping you guys have some tips to help me get the hang of it better. Here's a list of the issues I had:
1. Sheets were stuck together in the package
2. The phyllo started to dry out as I assembled the recipe
3. My pan was shorter than each sheet and I didn't know what to do with the exces
I am trying to get my recipe box in order and I have a recipe for Melomakarona and another for Finikia, but as I look at these recipes, they look like the same thing. Are they? My family always referred to it as Finikia and always made it at Christmas, but I got the Melomakorona recipe from a friend without realizing the similarities. If it is the same cookie, does anyone know why it has different names?
One of my favorite street foods in Greece is the grilled corn you get on the streets and every now and then, I like to try to replicate it at home. Do you have a favorite way of preparing this? Here is one of the recipes I am planning to try: