My wife recently returned from Singapore with a couple bags of Wasabi flavored potato chips and related how she had completely fallen in love with them. After searching for Wasabi Chips in ethnic grocery stores and on line--both without reasonably priced success, I set out to create a dip that would resemble the taste of the chips. This is my first attempt so perhaps tweeking of ingredient amounts might be called for. In any case, we are pleased with the effort and hope you will enjoy.
This iced beverage is a greek favorite. My first trip to Greece I noticed locals sipping this unique appearing concauction every morning at breakfast but could not identify it on any menu. On one of many subsequent returns with my wife, her querry at a small taverna yielded what has become a favorite anytime-beverage at our house and a perfect compliment to any breakfast fare.
This delicious, healthy, and filling breakfast can be a departure from the norm and is very quick and easy despite the daunting number of ingredients. Having been served something similar many years ago, I devised my own rendition and have been serving it for more than 15 years. The concoction begs creativity; I will often add, or replace some of the ingredients with, leftover black olives or pemenintos, chorizo, andouille, taco meat, etc.
This is a simple recipe and is best when left with these few ingredients. Made these for a family reunion of germanic relatives who generally have little use for salt or spice. They disappeared immediately and were a complete success.
Without dropping a bundle on a veritical spit and preparing 50 pounds of layered souvlaki, this is as close as you can get to the real deal right in your kitchen. Having tried many recipes, I scrapped all and started from scratch with a simple pulled pork roast recipe. So, the texture is not exact, but the flavor is nearly identical to what I've tasted in Iraklion, Fira, Mytilini, and mainland Greece.
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