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    I love red roasted peppers especially the long red ones imported from Greece in a jar with a vinegar brine which have a wonderful smoky flavour. Don't use roasted red peppers from elsewhere, I have tried and they aren't the same, too sweet and the pieces are too thick and bland. Making a dip is ridiculously easy and if you let it sit overnight it will taste even better. My friends were raving about this recipe so I decided to post it.

    Recipe #508964

    This recipe is based on Recipe #59138 from the talented evelyn/athens. I have just tweaked it a bit and added some home-made custard for fun. The measurements I have used are approximate and feel free to add more chocolate chips or cinnamon depending on your tastes. I also prefer to use small apples as I think they make nicer portions and bake more quickly.

    Recipe #507837

    I quite like the addition of dried fruit in a bread loaf and experimented last night with some dried fruit I had handy. Feel free to alter the amount of dried fruit according to your tastes, though I liked the subtle flavour of this loaf especially toasted with butter.

    Recipe #481756

    This is something I came up with when I saw some beautiful hot red peppers at the local market and thought about how to make a chilli sauce without any difficult ingredients. Thus I came up with the idea of blending them with semi-dried tomatoes. It is very potent so use sparingly to accompany dishes which need a bit of a 'kick'.

    Recipe #464120

    Eleftheria is my cousin's daughter who loves cooking and decorating and every year for her birthday we get together and plan her menu. She had seen a recipe for Rocky Road but didn't want any peanuts or coconut so we improvised and ended up with a different but fabulous variation using M&M's and chopped Jaffa cakes (an orange biscuit with a sponge base, layer of orange jelly and coating of chocolate).

    Recipe #463595

    I was inspired by a blog to come up with this as I was interested in combining fresh figs and puff pastry (basically I was too lazy to make a crust) and I wanted to make a quick and easy dessert. My family loved it so I thought I would post it here. Keep in mind that the amounts are approximate and feel free to adjust them to your tastes. I had pistachios but almonds and walnuts can easily be used instead.

    Recipe #462157

    This is my summer variation on a wonderful Tiramisu recipe I was given by my Aunt Lola. This is not just for Greek residents but also for those from other European countries who can't find or afford genuine ingredients. This still makes a fabulous dessert without genuine Italian cream cheese or any eggs. Try it and see!

    Recipe #458711

    These are the jello shots I made for a party and I am posting simply because I couldn't find a recipe here in metric measurements and without fancy liqueurs. So here is a very simple one which was popular with my guests.

    Recipe #448747

    This is a variation of a well-known Greek dessert which is very economical to make with a layer of soaked crispbreads in syrup, a custard layer and topped with jelly (jello). It takes a little time to make but is great in summer as it is very refreshing.

    Recipe #435713

    This is a method I devised to use up any leftover dry,stale tsourekia after the excesses of Greek Easter. Note that it can used with any rich sweet bread like challah or brioche too although the flavour will be slightly different. I have suggested some variations so feel free to improvise with whatever you have on hand.

    Recipe #420821

    This is a recipe I made up last week with whatever I happened to have in the fridge at the time. My whole family went crazy over it so I wrote it down and decided to post it just in case someone else wants a simple and fairly quick meal idea. Enjoy!

    Recipe #408819

    This is a simple bacon and cream cheese dip I have tweaked over the years and it always disappears at any gathering where I make it. It makes a small amount which is just right to accompany a cheese platter with crackers and some wine. Make at least two hours earlier for best results.

    Recipe #400139

    I adore ekmek kadaifi in its typical form with the syrupy base of shredded wheat pastry, cool custard and whipped cream topping but I was feeling adventurous last night and I decided to try out this dessert with some less traditional additions such as a rich dark chocolate. It turned out absolutely divine and a great variation on this sweet. Note that this recipe makes a huge amount and it keeps well in the fridge for at least 8 days. A great make-ahead summer dessert.

    Recipe #376395

    I make sandwiches every year for my children's birthday parties and they are always extremely popular. A friend recently asked me for the recipe but didn't make them so well. I figured out that the order had to be precise for the sandwiches to be as tasty as possible. So here is my method for making the perfect sandwich.

    Recipe #370697

    This lovely aromatic loaf is from a bread machine book called 'Hot Bread' which was sent to me from Australia by my eldest sister for Easter. (Thanks Angela!) It is delicious eaten warm with butter and honey and just as yummy as toast the next day. It smells wonderful while baking and has a very subtle ginger flavour, my kids loved it!

    Recipe #367883

    This an amazing chocolate cake which is very easy to make and is sheer heaven if you happen to love tahini. The recipe comes from Stelios Parliaros, a famous Greek pastry chef who has done much to introduce international desserts into Greek homes. It also happens to be completely vegan (or nistissimo) and oil-free. The only thing to watch out for is that the measurements have to be exact or it won't work. Use an electronic scale, measure the ingredients precisely and you can't go wrong.

    Recipe #365992

    This is a simple recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens magazine. It's simple enough for kids to make, tastes good and is vegan to boot! I have made it as written but prefer it with some chocolate covering, whether truffle, chocolate flakes or dipped in melted chocolate.

    Recipe #362279

    I got this from a cupcake calender which has a different recipe for every day of the year. (Thanks Ang!) I made these recently and added a few tweaks. Note that this recipe has boiled chopped potatoes, not mashed and is vegetarian.

    Recipe #360000

    I saw this recipe on another site and cracked up laughing. It was the absolutely epitome of an over-the-top junk food meal. It really doesn't get unhealthier than this cross between a huge hamburger and two pizzas, which is probably part of the fascination. This has got to be something people make at college parties because I can't think of how it would get eaten otherwise. Have a read through of the method and see if you dare try it......

    Recipe #358946

    It is with a heavy heart that I reveal here after much serious thought my special chocolate-banana muffin recipe. I have made this hundreds of times, it is my kids' absolute favourite and the one I make at their birthday parties. To me it is muffin perfection, not overly sweet or rich but with a pronounced banana flavour and intense chocolate flavour. I got the original recipe off the internet years ago but have tweaked it so many times that it no longer resembles it in any way. Make sure you have very ripe bananas for this or you will lose half the magic!

    Recipe #322132

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