Prasopita- Leek and Onion Pie

You will love this non traditional take on a traditional prasopita. Prasopita is a leek pita or pie that is made with leeks, red onion, spring onion, dill, mint & feta. It is lesser known outside of Greece, however well loved among the natives. Leeks, onions, shallots, garlic, spring onions, and chives are all part … Continue reading Prasopita- Leek and Onion Pie

Keto Asian Style Sticky Ribs

Anyone else love Asian sticky ribs? Juicy and fall of the bone sweetness that is balanced out with spice and beautiful aromatics! However, some of the traditional ingredients are just not keto friendly. Of course you can make exceptions here and there. So choose as you desire. And I based this recipe on what I … Continue reading Keto Asian Style Sticky Ribs

Spanakopita Chicken Soup

Spanakopita Chicken Soup is perfect for a winter meal. It is based in my homemade bone broth, and is made with the ingredients of spanakopita filling. It is herby and delicious! This is of course keto, low carb, paleo, candida friendly, and gluten free. Flavorful and easy to make. The spanakopita filling is the exact … Continue reading Spanakopita Chicken Soup

Seared Scallops and Shirataki Noodles

I love a good noodle bowl! Particularly an asian inspired one! Have you ever heard of shiritaki noodles before? The noodles are made from the Konjac yam plant. Scallops and shirataki noodle bowls They originate in Japan, are very low in carbohydrates, are mostly made of water and glucomannan, which is a dietary fiber. As … Continue reading Seared Scallops and Shirataki Noodles

Baked Zucchini Blossoms stuffed with Manouri & Mizithra Cheeses

One of my favorite things of summer are the exquisite zucchini blossoms! I have eaten them batter dipped and fried as well as stuffed and baked. For this recipe I chose to stuff them with creamy, sweet manouri and salty mizithra cheeses. Baked zucchini blossoms stuffed with manouri and mizithra cheeses. Manouri is a soft, … Continue reading Baked Zucchini Blossoms stuffed with Manouri & Mizithra Cheeses

Polítiki Salata

Politiki Salata is a traditional salad brought to us by the Greeks of Constantinople, which is modern day Istanbul. It is made with both green and purple cabbage, shredded carrots, celery, spring onions, fresh parsley, and roasted red peppers. It is tangy and bright, and among Greeks, considered a winter salad. In essence it is … Continue reading Polítiki Salata

Tsigaria – Greek sauté of dark leafy greens and herbs

Just made “Tsigaria”, which is made of any dark leafy greens 🥬and herbs🌱 that you want or have available. “Tsigarizo” means “I fry”. I used baby spinach, leeks, scallions, basil, mint, dill, parsley, oregano, shallots, garlic. Sauté in olive oil & a little water on medium flame. Salt & pepper to taste. Garnish with a … Continue reading Tsigaria – Greek sauté of dark leafy greens and herbs