marinated lamb souvlaki with tzatziki

Marinated Lamb Souvlaki With Tzatziki

A marinade is of the utmost importance when making a delicious souvlaki. Spice it generously with cumin, paprika, oregano, and thyme. All these flavors, together with lemon and olive oil get absorbed by the lamb meat. Pair this with a refreshing tzatziki. And serve it with pita. If that’s something you don’t have in your kitchen, substitute with a tortilla.

Semolina and Zucchini Muffins

Semolina and Zucchini Muffins

These zucchini semolina muffins are an easy job for anyone. They are moist, mildly sweet and salty at the same time, which makes them all-purpose snacks. Flavor them heavily: use plenty of turmeric, ginger, and garlic and black sesame, mustard, and cumin garnishing.

marinated lamb with potatoes and mozzarella

Marinated Lamb With Potatoes and Mozzarella

How well can you handle something decadently extra-delicious? Find out the answer with this dish. The lamb meat is savory and succulent when cooked together with juicy veggies, oregano, mustard, and vinegar in parchment paper. Add mozzarella to it and there is your cheesy, filling, and incredibly tasty meal.

coriander rack of lamb with potatoes

Coriander Rack of Lamb With Potatoes

How about some tender and juicy lamb ribs? Coat them with coriander and fennel and sear the meat a little before bake it with tomatoes, red bell peppers, and potatoes. Complement the spiced lamb tang with refreshing parsley and lemon.

marinated chicken breast and tzatziki pita pockets

Marinated Chicken Breast and Tzatziki Pita Pockets

Pita pockets are quite the delight, as you’re about to find out. First, you have to marinate the chicken breast, then cook the whole mixture in a skillet. This way you get the best results: the flavored juiciness and the irresistible crunchiness. Pair with tzatziki and fresh vegetables.



If you have a sweet tooth prepare to be amazed. This dessert with a complicated name is extra-buttery and extra-sweet. Its sweet and crispy phyllo crust hides an incredibly delicious semolina pudding. Optionally you can coat it with a syrup of your choice.

honey and cinnamon loukoumades

Honey and Cinnamon Loukoumades

These sweet bites come from Greece. They are called loukoumades, meaning small deep-fried dough bites. Prepare your own dough following the steps. Serve the loukoumades with honey, crumbled walnuts, and cinnamon powder, which together with the deep-fried dough make a heavenly combination.

lamb souvlaki with tzatziki

Lamb Souvlaki With Tzatziki

Say hello to an extremely easy to make Greek traditional dish. Flavor this lamb mince confidently with allspice, ginger, oregano, cumin, and paprika. Remember, souvlaki works wonders when teamed up with some refreshing tzatziki.

semolina pudding phyllo stacks

Phyllo Pastry Cake With Semolina Cream Filling

Some of us seem to always be on a sweets bender. This time just try this Greek-inspired dessert – phyllo pastry cake with semolina cream which has such a smooth and milky filling. As always, the phyllo crust simply upgrades the sweets. Give it a try!

oregano chicken breast skewers and pita with tzatziki

Oregano Chicken Breast Skewers and Pita With Tzatziki

Let’s grill! Flavor up the chicken meat with oregano, lime, garlic, and olive oil. Serve with a refreshing lime and basil flavored twist on tzatziki. These pairs perfectly with a self-made, mouth-watering pita, so flavor the dough with oregano and plenty of olive oil for a savory Mediterranean touch.

egg drop soup with chicken breast

Egg Drop Soup With Chicken Breast

This traditional twist on the warming and comforting chicken soup turns out to be at least as tasty as the classical one. It’s buttery and smooth.

cheesy triangles

Cheesy Triangles

Phyllo sheet-wrapped, cheesy, triangular pies translate into “tiropitakia”, a snack from the Greek cuisine. These small bites are made with crunchy phyllo pastry and three types of cheese which make them a truly creamy delight.

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