Can I say that Loukoumades, which might not sound like a dessert but more like some kind of medical term, is such an amazing dessert. You can make them sweet,… Read more Loukoumades: Greek Fried Doughnuts →
This is such a fun post for me because I adore diples. What are diples you ask? Diples or thiples come from the Peloponnese region of Greece. My father has a… Read more Diples~ A Simple Way To Make These Greek Delights →
Okay guys as you know Cronuts are the new thing. If you don’t already know, they are a half croissant and half donut like pastry. You can get creative with these guys and explore sweet and savory cronuts. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cronut I on the other hand made a Baklava cronut and chocolate cronuts. I promise to post pictures and the recipe tomorrow. I am cleaning up my crazy 3 1/2 hour mess. My family said’s, “They are awesome.” 🙂 Have a lovely evening!
I love this recipe. I guess it has been a sweets week for Kouzounas Kitchen. I will be posting tomorrow’s top featured Thursday recipe and 2 new recipes that I just discovered within my own kitchen. 🙂 Have a look at this Lemon Chiffon recipe and try it out. My friends and family loved it, and I promise you will too. (Plus who really doesn’t love lemons and sugar…?) LEMON CHIFFON CAKE RECIPE- Ingredients: 6 eggs- separated 1 1/2 cup of sugar 1/4 cup of water 1 1/2… Read more Lemon Chiffon Cake- A Kosher recipe →
I was on Google today, and I wanted to search Greek candies and remembered these lovely candies I had in Greece. They are called, Pastelli Androu- (Walnut & honey candy from Andros.) I wanted to share this recipe with you and it is a very easy recipe. – Cheers Pastelli Androu Recipe- Ingredients: 2 cups of coarsely chopped walnuts 1 cup of toasted bread crumbs Orange blossom water Sesame seeds 1/3 cup of sugar 1/3 cup of fresh honey … Read more I think it must be a sweets kind of a day for Kouzounas Kitchen. 🙂 →
These little pastries are amazing.. They originate in Crete and I love them. I experimented with them today, and I added some Ouzo and our fresh honey from the bees… Read more A Greek Sweet Treat… →