I have always fallen back on typical Indian snacks like samosa, kachori, chat, fritters etc., when I wanted the taste and had the time to prepare. Around a month back on one evening when the London weather suddenly turned rainy, it made me crave for some new snack. I wanted a snack which was spicy, tangy but not the regular Indian snacks. The curiosity in me arose and, then came to my mind – McDonald’s Veg Pizza McPuff.
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Many times I was tempted to prepare Filo (or phyllo from Greek: φύλλο ‘leaf’) at home. Homemade fresh food is better than preserved one, freshly made filo dough is always much better than the stuff of the shop.
Today I took the decision and I did it! WOW, the challenge was less difficult than I supposed, it was more a question of technique than exercise!
It’s possible to roll it out with a pasta machine stretching the dough manually to make it thinner, but using the rolling pin it’s easy as well and you can roll it to the desired round shape for your mold.
Filo dough can be used to prepare different kinds of dishes as the famous baklava but also for this savory recipe including spinach, cheese and lots of herbs!
Follow these instructions and you will get incredible results!
Hello guys!! It has been a busy week for us fulfilling catering orders, but we are having fun doing it.
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Many of you have known that the past few months have been a bit of an adventure for me at the markets. I started the Land Park Farmers Market about 4 months ago and its growing on me. :) I have made some great new friendships and I can’t complain since I have some wonderful vendor neighbors next to me.
One vendor neighbor I just met this past Sunday. Meet Louie Jimenez from TRY MOMMA SALSA’S!!
Let me just say OMG, their Z MAN is amazing, and so are the other ones! You cant beat their prices and Louie has a great personality, so you better go check him out every Sunday at Land Park Farmers Market. While you are out there, please come by and say hi to me. :)
Would you like to order your salsa for an upcoming event or barbeque, sure just give Louie a call over at>> (916) 548-5675.
Yay I am back to blogging. I have to apologize to all my Kouzounas Kitchen readers. It has been a long long past few months on my new ventures of farmers markets. I am still in the middle of some decisions to make as to what market I should do on Saturdays. I was at Midtown for 4 Saturdays and recently a new event production company took over the market and they took a break for a week to revamp the market. You can find our booth at Land Park Farmers Market every Sunday from 9 am to 1 pm.