|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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Brown beef. Add ... a thicker, creamier sauce, add a mixture of flour and water to it as it simmers. This is especially good covering a Smith skinned hot dog.
Brown lamb. Add ... Add small amounts of water if the sauce thickens too far. Serve over a thick noodle like bucatini or perciatelli. Sprinkle with feta.
Finely chop cucumber into strainer, sprinkle with salt and let stand 15 minutes. Press out liquid with back of spoon and drain. Place in bowl with ...
Slice potatoes and ... put your favorite sauce to coat the ... minutes, then uncover, serve with garlic bread, or garlic cheese bread and salad. Perfecto!
In a medium ... a good meat sauce, you want ... can freeze what's left to enjoy on another day, when there's little to no time to cook a homemade meal.
Bring chicken, onion, celery, and carrots to boil in pot with water just covering the chicken. After it has boiled, strain the broth into another pot ...
Brown hamburger with onion and garlic; drain well. Add all ingredients and simmer for one hour.
Brown ground chuck, salt and onion. Skim off all fat, mash very fine. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer slowly 1 hour.
In blender, puree garlic and crumbs. Slowly add oil alternately with lemon juice until same consistency as mayonnaise. Makes 1 cup. May serve with ...
Peel and dice ... beans to the pot and simmer uncovered, stirring frequently, until beans are tender and sauce is thick. 8 servings, about 50 calories each.
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