I love this recipe, and one of my favorite Greek recipes, it looks similar to Lasagnia but that's where the differences end. It uses thick spaghetti rather than sheets of pasta. It takes some time to prepare but is well worth it in the end. It takes about 30 mins to prepare and about 45 minutes to cook.

Avgolemono (Lemon mixture)

This mixture is used to add to the chicken soup if you want some tang in your soup. It can be used for other soups which is why I have created a seperate recipe. The Greek word avgolemono is a combination of two words, the first is avgo (egg) and lemoni (lemon). So you only require 2 ingredients for this but enhances the taste of the chicken soup two fold.

Kotosoupa (Chicken soup)

This recipe is very easy and is one of my favourites during winter. It's very easy to make and takes roughly 30-40 minutes to make.

Psarosoupa (Fish soup)

This fish soup is another favourite for the winter months, try and get the flathead or whaterver fish your using as fresh as possible. Also be extra careful in removing all the bones from the flesh.

Chicken with potatoes (Kota me patates)

Here's a recipe that's quick to prepare but takes about 1 hour and 45 minutes to cook. I love this one because I can prepare it in the morning and place it in the fridge and place in the oven ahead of time.

Greek coffee in 5 easy steps

Love coffee? Why not try the coffee that's made in most Greek households in Greece and possibly in many countries around the world where expatriat Greek's now live.

Trahana (Pasta soup)

Trahana (Pasta soup)

Great soup served in winter, magnificient with a loaf of fresh bread used to dip into the soup.
Trahana can be made using milk or water, this recipe uses milk. The trahana used to make this
soup can be homemade or bought from a deli. There will be a forthcoming recipe on how to make
the actual trahana but for now you can use the premade trahana.

Traditional Greek salad

Let's start off with an easy recipe that should be served on most tables at dinner time. I know it was in my days growing up, there was always the Greek salad served up where I would break chunks of bread and dip into the salad juices. This would hardly happen nowadays especially when friends are over.