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    Tyri = cheese, Kafteri = hot, as in spicy. So there you have it, a spicy feta cheese dip or spread. Goes great on an appetizer tray and makes anything dipped in it taste fantastic. A word of caution though - don't use the dried-up feta from the grocery store. Please use a good quality feta from an ethnic deli, or at least a mass produced feta that comes packaged in brine (TJ's or WF are good options). I found this recipe on Elly Says Opa - and believe me, you'll be saying "opa", too!

    Recipe #503748

    This is definitely not a fancy dish, but it is good, homey Greek cooking. The kind of thing you want on a cold, rainy night, with a loaf of crusty bread to sop up the sauce. From Ellysaysopa.com.

    Recipe #503747

    Ok, I know Margarita's are not a true Cajun specialty. But being a fan of Margaritas, this just sounds like something too interesting to pass up! From tideandthyme.com, supposedly from the HBO series True Blood set in Louisiana. If using the chile-infused tequila, note the time requirements for steeping and plan ahead. The sweet & sour of the margarita temper the spiciness.

    Recipe #503744

    Found this while looking for a dipping sauce for Natchitoches Meat Pies. This aioli with a Cajun twist seems like it'll fit the bill... Recipe from Inspired by eRecipeCards blog.

    Recipe #503741

    This is an easy-on-your-waistline recipe that still delivers on flavor. "Dirty rice is a classic Cajun dish made "dirty" by cooking the rice with minced livers or gizzards. This is a healthier version using brown rice and lean ground beef", says the author at skinnytaste.com.

    Recipe #503740

    This ultimate in comfort food comes from RouxBDoo's Cajun & Creole Blog. Wishing for a bowlful and a scoop of white rice right NOW!!!

    Recipe #503734

    I LOVE CHAYOTES!!! So finding this creole recipe using chayotes was a welcome surprise. Mirlitons (chayotes) grow in abundance in southern Louisiana. This version is stuffed with shrimp and sounds absolutely delicious - can't wait to try them!

    Recipe #503704

    Shrimp and eggplant dressing is a very popular dish in New Orleans. This particular recipe is from Nola Cuisine, an excellent New Orleans cooking blog. Prep time doesn't include time to peel and devein shrimp, as some shell-on shrimp already comes split and deveined.

    Recipe #503700

    Every culture/ethnic group seems to have its own version of meat pies. In Latin America, it's the empanada. In Louisiana, it's the meat pie! This yummy version is different than others I've seen on Food.com, and is originally from a cooking blog.

    Recipe #503697

    Found this wonderful recipe on Salted and Styled .com. Recipe is by Libbie Summers and she named it Mornings on Mykonos. Not sure if it's an authentic Greek dish (Greek hubby never heard of it!) but the ingredients are there and it sounds heavenly!

    Recipe #503510

    This is one of hubby's favorite Greek foods, but as in any ethnic family, it's tough for an outsider (especially a non-Greek outsider!) to compete. Ok, so this one is not as good as SIL Athena's pastitsio (admittedly the best I've ever had) but it's as close as I'm going to come! Even Vasilly says it's very, very good...

    Recipe #503507

    The original Greek recipe calls for Red Mullet, but that fish is difficult to find in the U.S. A good substitute is Red Snapper, but you have to make sure they're small so that they can be wrapped in the vine leaves. From The Essential Mediterranean Cookbook.

    Recipe #503500

    This delicious Greek dish makes a wonderful presentation and has a sauce to die for. Though many people are familiar with Flaming Cheese Saganaki, there is no flaming involved in this dish! The word saganaki refers to the utensil used to cook the food in. It's a two-handled frying pan used for cooking a wide range of meze, since it can be transferred from range to table. I personally like this served in a beautiful, hand-thrown and glazed ceramic bowl.

    Recipe #503497

    These lovely, healthy fritters are a flavor explosion in your mouth!!! PREP TIME INCLUDES 1 1/2 HOURS STANDING TIME.

    Recipe #503494

    This is delicious on an appetizer or cheese tray, or a nice addition to top a Greek salad. NOTE: this requires one week marinating time.

    Recipe #503492

    Well, I'm sure there are lots of authentic versions of this wonderful dip. But this is my family's favorite. I like it because, unlike the other recipes found on the web, this one uses soft, fresh breadcrumbs, just like Taramosalata. This gives the dip a great texture and mouthfeel. We often serve these side by side on an appetizer tray with pita chips and toasted baguette slices.

    Recipe #503485

    This dressing is perfect on veggies such as steamed green beans, broccoli, zucchini, cauliflower or any greens. It can also be used to baste meats or seafood when grilling. Once you try this simple, simple recipe you'll be hooked. Please DO NOT use dried oregano or bottled lemon juice for this recipe!!!

    Recipe #503484

    This is a wonderfully spiced and filling soup. Mmmmm, wish we had a winter around here... This is North African comfort food at it's best. Serve with toasted pita or Morrocan flat bread drizzled with a bit of good quality olive oil. If you're not crazy about cloves, like my DH, you can reduce to 1/4 tsp and adjust from there.

    Recipe #503483

    This is a North African version of trout in foil packets. The spices, combined with the dates and rice, are a wonderful combo and the aroma is divine! This is also good if you use banana leaves to wrap the trout. The leaves give it a slightly different flavor, but it works. Try a side of Saffron Rice (my recipe #502997) but use almonds in place of the pistachios.

    Recipe #503482

    Not many people know this, but Okra is a vegetable native to Africa and later introduced to the Middle East and Arabian countries by the slave traders. Lots of people are wary of okra because of the texture and "slime", factor, but you can minimize this by keeping okra whole and not overcooking it. I love okra!!!

    Recipe #503480

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