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Emointhekitchen
  • Finikia Greek Pastries
    Armenia,  Greece,  Sweet Stuff,  Winter

    Finikia – Greek Pastries

    emointhekitchen Finikia is a type of Greek cookie. This is the Armenian variant that I learned from a friend from Yerevan. Greece and Armenia have always had a very friendly relationship, which is reflected also in the mutual exchange of recipes. In Armenia and I guess that also in Greece, these pastries are usually served at Christmas.  These are the healthier variant of sometimes too fatty and too sweet pastries served in festive time. There is no need to use butter, eggs or milk so you don’t compromise your diet that much and don’t have to live on baking soda to regain normal digestion. I kept the recipe in its…

  • Hummus
    Grains and Legumes,  Greece,  Israel,  Recipes,  Starters and Snacks

    Hummus

    emointhekitchen This Levantine dip is very simple to make.  Hummus can be found at almost any Middle East table. In these days the popularity of this simple meal extends beyond its region of origin and it is enjoyed all over the world. During my study stay in Israel, I was surprised, how much of this spread the locals are able to consume. The recipe below is traditional but you can also experiment with different flavours and different spices. Spices such as cumin, coriander seeds, sweet pepper, dried chilli or zaatar (this spice mixture is frequently used in Israeli and Palestinian cuisine) could be used. You may also stumble upon hummus mixed…

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