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    This is a greek vegetable recipe posted for ZWT4. This recipe comes from All recipes.

    Recipe #307575

    Chef Jamie Oliver hit a home run with this delicious meal. Fantastic flavor combinations. I highly recommend you give this meal a try. Simple elegance! The tomato salsa if fantastic served over tuna, too.

    Recipe #241242

    This is a Trader Joe recipe. It is such a delicious dip! I took it to a party and everyone wanted a copy of the recipe. The recipe suggests layering the ingredients into a pie plate or something sized similar. I made the mistake of thinking that was too big for the dip and used a smaller serving dish. By the time I was finished layering the ingredients, it was too full! I served this dip with pita crackers from Trader Joes, but you could use your own favorite dippers. This recipe looks unusual but it is knock out.

    Recipe #353485

    A Greek delight. I love pastitso. It's kind of like a Greek lasagne. This recipe takes some time, but it is well worth it! Enjoy. :)

    Recipe #426940

    This is a little different take on the typical spinach pie. This is Jeff Smith's version. I have served this many times and have always gotten compliments. It's pretty easy, for spinach pie. Enjoy!

    Recipe #426965

    A delightful Greek appetizer, courtesy of Jeff Smith. The name refers to the shape. They are so cute and quite addictive!

    Recipe #426983

    This is another version of a favorite Greek recipe. This one comes with a bechamel sauce (which sounds French, but actually the Greeks had it first!). It also uses lasagne noodles, which makes it reminiscent to an Italian lasagne, but it is decidedly Greek. This recipe comes from Jeff Smith. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #428114

    This Mediterranean marinade couldn't get any easier. I created it for the Zaar World Tour 6, in honor of our team, Zee Zany Zesty Cookz. (Cute, huh?) I personally think this marinade works best on a firm, white fish, ie. swordfish, etc... The capers and lemon, added while cooking the fish, complement each other so very well. I hope you enjoy! *Note - the amounts work well for about 6 fish filets. I haven't included the fish in the recipe, but did include instructions for how to cook your fish.*

    Recipe #427241

    This is a really easy and quick take on spinach pie. It is without a crust, but you still get roughly the same yummy Greek flavors in a fraction of the time and effort. There is also a nice side of tomato salad included. Compliments go to the Food Network kitchens.

    Recipe #428354

    Great Mediterranean flavors in this fish recipe. Simple, elegant, tasty and healthy, too! Recipe from the Food Network Kitchens. Note: you don't need much salt because there is enough salty flavor from the olives and capers.

    Recipe #428355

    This is just a simple, fun recipe by Sandra Lee. I have made these for appetizers before, but have also enjoyed them for lunch. There are few ingredients and cook time is pretty brief. I just love the flavor combination. I hope you enjoy these little bites!

    Recipe #428498

    This authentic recipe was given to me by a Greek co-worker. This is a delicious, sweet, finger-licking Greek dessert. When you are working with phyllo dough, keep a slightly damp towel over your phyllo sheets so they don't dry out. When peeling off a phyllo sheet from the stack, do so by one end and pull away slowly to avoid tears. Small tears won't matter too much in this recipe. However, if you completely rip up a phyllo sheet just discard it and try again!

    Recipe #428501


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