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mastichas09

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This is the old school way to make melomakarona! You need to make something called "ash water." In Greek its called stahtonero or alisiva. You make this by boiling water with homemade ashes from burning wood. There are some recipes that I have found online but unfortunately they are all in Greek. This is one of the most detailed ones, it explains everything! Here are the ingredients below in Greek....

Υλικά
(Μετράμε με ποτήρι νερού των 200 ml)

4 ποτήρια νερού ελαιόλαδο ελαφρύ (700 γρ)
2 ποτήρια του νερού ζάχαρη (450 γρ)
1 ποτήρι του νερού αλισίβα (220 γρ)
1 ποτήρι χυμό πορτοκάλι (22ο γρ)
1 κρασοπότηρο κονιάκ (140 γρ)
1,5 κουταλάκι γαρύφαλλο τριμμένο
3 κουταλάκια κανέλλα
ξύσμα από δύο πορτοκάλια
2 κουταλιές της σούπας σόδα
2 κιλά αλεύρι για όλες τις χρήσεις ή
(εγώ βάζω 800 γρ. κίτρινο χωριάτικο και 1200 γρ για όλες τις χρήσεις)


Σιρόπι
1 κιλό μέλι
1 ποτήρι ζάχαρη
3 ποτήρια νερό

Link: http://mariplateau.blogspot.com/2011/12/blog-post_20.html
 

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