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    I ran across this recipe doing a google translate search in Greek for the ZWT - and the title intrigued me. The recipe calls for "1 bag farina inflating itself" so I listed 1 cup of self rising flour - you may need more or less, I will update the recipe after I try it. The recipe is from http://greekcook.gr/syntages/i_tyropita_tis_tempelas

    Recipe #503768

    Not really a 'pie' at all, but because it's flat, it's called a 'pita' in Greek. Here's the version I make. I like it cause it's quick and can satisfy any chocoholic.

    Recipe #495057

    Tomato-feta relish from Palomino. Recipe (Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times / September 29, 2011)

    Recipe #466624

    Delicately spiced nuts encased in tender, buttery pastry - even the burst of citrus from the lemon zest is authentic as you would normally find that in the syrup poured over the baklava. Easy to make and very good!

    Recipe #413693

    Creating a menu for a Greek cooking program resulted in this really tasty dish. These had the savouriness of a Greek spinach pie with the added earthiness of the minced mushroom stems - a winning combination. Could be used as an appetizer or side (to a nice piece of meat - I had fillet on the menu), or even a hearty, vegetarian main, if using the larger portobellos.

    Recipe #400003

    Light and refreshing. Needs nothing more.

    Recipe #96896

    This is a very fresh-tasting cabbage salad - very unlike the slaws you're probably used to. Comes together in no time at all (especially if you use one of those bags of slaw mixes).

    Recipe #208518

    I love this bread as a snack mid-morning. It satisfies in so many ways. Its texture is more like a savoury biscuit and really good. Olives and feta cheese are perfect companions.

    Recipe #86008

    Get your grains and beans along with veggies and even some yoghurt. This is a sandwich that is not only good, but good for you.

    Recipe #94361

    A very simple, very quick, pasta recipe that will feed you well when you haven't got oodles of time to spend in the kitchen. A salad of purchased baby greens, crusty bread, a glass of red wine and you'll be happy, I promise.

    Recipe #77092

    Because of the use of ground meat, this is what we call a kebab here. Delicious! They can be oven-roasted, but I highly recommend you do these on the bbq.

    Recipe #82170

    A very tasty fish dish done in the style of Spetses, an island close to Athens.

    Recipe #76683

    A very refreshing salad with unusual 'croutons'.

    Recipe #70518

    This is a fantastic Greek appetizer/main dish. Serve with a glass of chilled white wine and lots of bread for the sauce.

    Recipe #61092

    This is so tasty! You'll never want to do green beans any other way again.

    Recipe #61130

    Great dinner or brunch dish. Make tomato gravy to serve alongside.

    Recipe #60976

    Recipe courtesy Diane Kochilas, Taste of Greece

    Recipe #503649

    From a DIY site called Amanda and Merrill. Unhulled sesame seeds produce a more flavorful, but coarser texture. If you want a smoother texture, use hulled.

    Recipe #487060

    Another Tzatziki recipe!

    Recipe #492963

    A nice alternative to ground lamb, which can be very expensive. Serve with cucumber sauce, Recipe #492963 I found this recipe online and haven't had a chance to try it yet.

    Recipe #492964

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