Orange soda of Greece.
Alcohol free cocktail of Greece with cane liquid sugar, white-grape juice, green-apple juice, water of orange blossom and basile leaves. Serve chilled with ice cubes.
Greece - vegetarian recipes
Burek or börek|
burek are common in all the area under ottoman influence, they can be filled with spinach or potatoes or cheese (or ground meat). Known as borekass in Israel, giben ica in Serbia or banitsa in Bulgaria... Here we have a recipe of cheese börek
turkish cheese or feta 150g
grated cheese 100g
filo pastry : 6 leaves
chopped flat-leaf parsley
milk 350 ml + pepper
olive oil 2 tbsp
Recipe of easy burek :
Heat the oven at 210°C
Wash and chopp the parsley ... read next
Stuffed vineleaves, Dolmeh barg, Dolma,Sarma
This (important) recipe is known in so many countries...
a jar of vineleaves, (2 leaves for each dolmeh)
basmati rice 3 cups
dried dill 3 tbsp
currants (soaked in a cup of water) 1 handful of
pine nuts 1 handful
juice of 2 lemons
dash of olive oil, salt
Recipe of stuffed vineleaves :
Wash and cook the rice with dried dill, a pinch of salt and a table spoon of oil.
When the water is almost evaporated, stir gently to divide up uniforml ... read next
A must for aperitif either on tucs or just set in a bowl.
1 big eggplant
lemon juice (1/2 cup)
Recipe of eggplant Caviar :
Peel the eggplant, cut it into big dices and make it steam-cook for 20 min.
Mix the result (in a mixer) with the lemon juice and garlic powder.
Cut the onion and brown it in some oil,
Pour it on the mashed mixture and add salt and spices.
Mix again, put in ... read next
2 big eggplants
10 croutons (= bread crumbs)
400 g crumbled feta
200g grated cheese
2 big tomatoes (cut into slices)
salt, pepper and herbes de provence
Recipe of vegetarian moussaka :
Cut the eggplants lengthwise, into thick slices and steamcook them.
When the eggplants slices are ready, put them in a big oven dish on a row, then a line of tomatoes over, some bread crumbs and feta cheese dice ... read next
Greek Dances |
How to dance greek dances
Sirtaki, Hassapiko, Hassaposerviko, Zeybekiko, Dirlanda, Kalamatiano, Ballos, Karsilamas, Tsamiko, Syrto, Aptaliko Zeybekiko.
More than 4000 traditional dances. Each island or area having its own particularities and choreographies. Peloponnese dances are the easiest with a leader line improvising. Epirote dances are the heaviest and the slowest of the whole Greece. Macedonia dances are often strong, using heavy steps ...
Most begin slowly and then tempo rai ... read next
How to dance Sirtaki
"The butchers dance" (Hassapikos)
became famous on 1964 with the movie Zorba the greek
. Rhythm increases progressively from 2/4 to 4/4. Dance begins slow and earthy and goes light and hopping. Dancers stand on a line with hands on the neighbors shoulders. Choreo see www.youtube.com
or see www.youtube.com
How to dance Podaraki
Folk dance of the Romilia area, Greece. Podaraki means little foot
in greek because of the feet strikes. Mixt open-circle, convivial and trans-generational, this dance can be performed as well by children than by grand-fathers.
children choreo see www.youtube.com