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
Fluffy sweet spiral rolls with chocolate chips hidden inside. According to artisanbreadbaking.com "In place of mahlepi, you may use 1 tsp ground allspice, 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon and 1/2 tsp caraway seeds" (mahlepi is a Greek spice made from the seeds of the St Lucie cherry) and according to food subs.com you can substitute ouzo or sambuca for the masticha (an anise flavored Greek alcohol.) Recipe from cretatrapezomata.blogspot.com for ZWT9
This sweet and creamy dessert has a similar consistency to cheesecake. The rose and orange waters with the pistachio topping is very light and lovely - I also tried it topped with cherry and mint which complimented the rose water amazingly. The syrup will be more than you need for the recipe, but it is supposed to keep well. I couldn't find Kiri cream cheese spread, so I used regular cream cheese. from tasteofbeirut.com
Mildly spiced meat filled fried balls of goodness - not quite as good as the local Greek / Lebanese restaurant's, but close. I buy my bulgar from the bulk food bins of the local health food store or online since I can't find it at any of our regular grocery stores. from about.com.
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