|New Greek Cuisine|
|by Peter Conistis|
Offers an introduction to contemporary Greek cuisine, from enticing seafood to hearty soups, and appetizing main dishes to mouth-watering desserts.
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Mix all ingredients together and shake well. Makes 1 pint.
Combine all ingredients ... Mix well; bring to a boil; reduce heat and simmer, covered for 5 minutes. Use as a marinade for beef. Marinate 6 to 12 hours.
In a bowl, combine all marinade ingredients. Pound chicken ... with sliced chicken, remaining sauce and cheese. Broil until cheese is golden. Serves 6 to 8.
Combine tomatoes, zucchini and cucumber in large bowl. Add olives, onion rings and feta cheese. Top with artichoke hearts. Sprinkle with wine vinegar ...
Mix the ingredients for the marinade. Pour the ... pan and bake uncovered in 375 degree oven for about 45 minutes. NOTE: This chicken is good barbecued.
Stir marinade ingredients together in ... vegetables from marinade with slotted spoon and arrange on large platter. Moisten vegetables immediately before serving.
Marinate two to three hours. Best with swordfish steaks. Then grill or broil (time depends on thickness of steaks). Do Not Overcook. Note: All herbs ...
Gently fold pasta and cheese with other ingredients in large bowl. Toss with 2 cups red wine vinaigrette dressing. Cover and store in refrigerator. ...
Combine marinade and lightly pounded ... with sliced chicken and cover with remaining sauce; top with Muenster. Heat until warm. Broil cheese until bubbly.
Drain and combine above ingredients in large bowl. Mix and pour over salad mix. Place in a tightly covered container and chill overnight in ...
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