Posts Tagged "Greek"

Open Haloumi Kebab

Posted on Mar 21, 2013 in Mains, Salads

Open Haloumi Kebab

Dining at The Crosstown Eating House a few weeks ago, I had the joy of eating one of the most satisfying vegetarian dishes to date. Open Haloumi Kebab was the meal and from the very first mouthful I was in love. My foodie-love was so strong that sitting right there and then I planned to replicate the same Haloumi Kebab at home. First I needed the right bread; I opted for Greek Yiros. I always use Yiros when making Authentic Greek Kebabs so it seemed only right to stick with what I knew worked best. Yiros BBQ/grill’s really well and they have an almost denser feel – they’re stronger...

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Authentic Greek Kebabs

Posted on Jul 18, 2012 in Mains, Picnic Inspired

Authentic Greek Kebabs

“Food From Many Greek Kitchens” by Tessa Kiro’s is a beautiful cookbook filled with deliciously mesmerizing photos of Greek food, people, culture and landscapes. Always dreaming of a Greek Island holiday (who isn’t), I love how this cookbook whisks me off to this far away land without having to fork out the airfare. The first dish I recreated from Tessa Kiro’s cookbook was her infamous Greek Kebab; or Kabab as it’s customarily known. There’s not a lot to creating this meal which doesn’t bother me, if anything it’s a bonus. It’s the flavour sensation and the juiciness...

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