This is another recipe from the Women’s Week Let’s Go Greek supplement. It uses fillo pastry, but you could change that to shortcrust or puff if you wanted to. The fillo would be lighter, but the others would still make a good pie.
This recipe is from a Women’s Weekly Let’s Go Greek supplement. I tend to think of kebabs as mainly being cooked on the barbeque, but this recipe cooks them in a pan and then the oven with the marinade poured over at the end. It makes them an all year round feast, not just for summer barbeques.
This recipe from the Women’s Weekly looks luscious. I’m always looking for recipes that you can make the day before an event, it just makes the workload on the day itself that much easier. I think this one would be a good one to try.
A fabulous flavour of Greece or so the Women’s Weekly said in it’s Let’s Go Greek supplement back in 1992. Don’t think anyone would disagree with that statement. Always a favourite at a Greek restaurant, but by the look of this recipe pretty easy to make at home as well.
This recipe was published 20 years ago in the Women’s Weekly, the lazy way to make it now would just be to use Oreo biscuits, although the making it with unbaked dough would give it a different texture. Your choice!
These sausage shaped meatballs can be prepared a day ahead or even frozen, which is really handy. Making a casserole the day before you need it has the convenience factor, but as it can also improve the flavour, it can be a great idea.