|The Very Best of Gregory's Greek Recipes|
|by Dr. Gregory Evangelos Zotos PhD|
The Greeks are known for their top eminence cooking. Possibly, it is due to the tradition of their ceramics; the Greeks food is so built-up.
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In a small ... consistency of maple syrup. Set aside. ... Mandarin orange sections, chopped toasted almonds, Macadamia nuts or pistachios. Makes 12 servings.
Dissolve yeast in 1 glass of the warm water. Mix all ingredients. Let rise for 2 hours or until batter size doubles. Drop by tablespoon into hot fat, ...
Stir together 2 ... minutes. Pour hot syrup over cooled cookies. ... until most of the syrup is absorbed. Sprinkle with nuts and cinnamon before serving.
With a pastry ... baking, make the syrup. Combine in ... before removing it from the pan. Baklava keeps very well frozen. One pan can make 48 small baklava.
Cream butter, shortening, ... towel. Boil to syrup: 1 1/2 c. water 2 tbsp. lemon juice 1/2 c. honey Dip cookies in syrup. May also be topped with ground nuts.
Peel off 10 ... from oven, pour on hot syrup. Syrup: Simmer all ingredients except honey. Take out cinnamon stick and add honey last. Cool. Serve. Enjoy!
Make syrup in medium saucepan. ... Baklava. Following diamond pattern, cut all the way through layers. Cool in pan, to absorb syrup. Makes about 35 pieces.
Combine nuts, sugar, ... hour. Pour warm syrup over the baklava ... and rind of a whole orange and cook into medium syrup. Remove from heat and add honey.
In large mixer ... for 10 minutes. With tines of fork, prick holes in top of cake. Slowly spoon hot syrup over cake. Sprinkle with remaining nuts. Cool.
Melt butter and ... about 30-35 minutes. In the mean time, boil syrup for about 5 minutes. While cookies are still warm, dip in syrup and sprinkle with nuts.
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