Galatopita Recipe (Greek Milk Pie)

Galatopita Traditional Recipe

It’s true that Greek desserts are modest in terms of ingredients or technique. Give a Greek some eggs, flour, milk, sugar and let them surprise you with what they can make out of 4 ingredients! Galatopita is one of those humble, yet succulent desserts everybody loves. As its name suggests, galatopita is essentially a custard pie. While in the U.S, “pies” tend to have a firm, biscuit crust, this pie is more of a simple way to name a dessert made of phyllo and custard.

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Feta stuffed peppers recipe

Feta-stuffed peppers recipe, an authentic Greek meze.

Feta-stuffed peppers or piperies me feta. You had me at “feta”! What’s not to love about this special, rich, salty Greek cheese? Everything is better when mixed with cheese, but when it comes to feta, there is 50% chance of success. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I am not a big fan of feta; I only acknowledge the fact that feta can overpower every taste and put all other ingredients on the side.This is not the case with this authentic Greek feta-stuffed peppers recipe.

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Tiropita Recipe (Greek Cheese Pie with Phyllo)

Tiropita Recipe - Greek Cheese Pie

Tiropita recipe, also known as Greek cheese pie. For Greeks, a slice of tiropita is the equivalent of a bagel in New York or a baguette in Paris. It’s the ultimate breakfast, especially when accompanied by chocolate milk (tiropita and Milko, anyone?) Bakeries in Greece tend to sell out by noon as they are extremely popular for people at any age.

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Ergon London serves honest, authentic Greek food – and great freddo espresso!

It’s a great day when a new Greek restaurant opens up in town. There is something exceptional about this concept. I believe it does not only have to do with spreading the infamous Greek cuisine, but it rather makes a point. It’s showing the world that there are Greeks who dare, who are productive and ambitious enough to enter a huge market like the London restaurant scene. It’s time to show Londoners that Greek restaurants are, well, nothing like hummus and kebabs, and I am very happy to see remarkable venues like Ergon popping up.

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