Greek Lamb Recipes
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Pork souvlaki with pineapple and cucumber salsa
Pork souvlaki with pineapple and cucumber salsa | I have a number of souvlaki recipes on the blog, Souvlaki For The Soul: salmon souvlaki, swordfish souvlaki and lamb souvlaki. So I thought one more can’t hurt! Here, pork is marinated in a dry rub of smoked Spanish paprika, ground fennel and a touch of cumin, with an added finish of coriander and freshly squeezed lime juice, and a refreshing salsa that complements the spiciness of the souvlaki perfectly. Think of this as a nice Tex-Mex and Greek
Mrs Maria's stuffed tomatoes
Mrs Maria's stuffed tomatoes | Mrs Maria is a dear friend of my aunt Stavroula. She gave me this recipe to include in my cookbook, My Greek Family Table. Mrs Maria cooks many traditional Greek dishes, such as stuffed tomatoes and lamb. She feels it’s important to share her recipes to ensure they survive.
Moussaka | While moussaka is largely attributed to Greece, variations can also be found in Turkey, where it includes green capsicum, and Serbia, Bulgaria and Macedonia, where it is made with potatoes, pork and a yoghurt topping. Our moussaka recipe is a modern take on the Greek version, with slow-cooked shredded lamb instead of minced, and eggplant and béchamel sauce enriched with kefalograviera (hard, sheep’s milk cheese).
Stuffed capsicum (dolmeh-ye-felfel)
Stuffed capsicum (dolmeh-ye-felfel) | This Persian recipe for capsicum stuffed with lamb is perfect when entertaining, and they make a colourful addition to any banquet. For a Greek twist on this simple yet hearty dish, watch the video recipe of Mamma's stuffed capsicum with garlic dressing.
Chicken souvlaki with chopped salad
Chicken souvlaki with chopped salad | Greece’s best-known food, the souvlaki, might date back to ancient times, but shops specialising in meat cooked on sticks and gyros didn't appear in the country until after World War Two. Since then, the satisfying skewers have taken the world by storm, and for good (read: delicious) reason. We've used chicken in this recipe, but pork or lamb would work equally well. Serve your souvlaki with tzatziki or Greek yoghurt, as well as the chopped salad and cos lea