What’s Tzatziki?

Avgolemono — Traditional egg-lemon soup.

Baklava — Sweet confection of walnuts, honey and buttery phyllo pastry.

Dolmathes — Chilled grape leaves stuffed with herbed rice, parsley and scallions. Dressed with lemon and olive oil.

Falafel — Fried balls of ground garbanzos mixed with finely chopped onions, parsley and garlic.

Galatopoureko — Velvety nutmeg custard baked in phyllo pastry.

Gyros — Slices of the rotisserie favorite with Tzatziki.

Hummus — Puree of garbanzo beans, parsley, sesame paste, garlic, lemon and olive oil.

Keftedakia — Fried meatballs of beef, lamb and pork with herbs and spices.

Kota Sto Phyllo — Boneless, skinless breast of chicken stuffed with saute`ed spinach and leek, feta and kasseri cheeses, baked in phyllo pastry.

Koupepia — Cyprus Dolmathes. Grape leaves stuffed with ground beef, lamb and pork, rice and herbs.

Loukaniko — Broiled Greek pork sausage in natural casing.

Manitaria — Broiled mushroom caps stuffed with crabmeat and onions with a touch of garlic.

Melintzanosalata — Roasted eggplant pureed with olive oil, lemon and garlic.

Milopita — Glazed apple slices baked in phyllo with ricotta and cream cheese.

Mousaka — Layered ground beef, eggplant and potatoes baked in bechamel sauce. Topped with tomato sauce.

Pastitsio — Ziti pasta and ground beef baked in bechamel sauce. Crowned with tomato sauce.

Rizogalo — Creamy rice pudding with cinnamon. Golden raisins optional.

Souvlaki — Pieces of pork tenderloin, marinated and broiled, served over pita with tomatoes, cucumbers, onions and Tzatziki sauce.

Spanakopita — Spinach, feta cheese, dill and scallions baked in phyllo pastry.

Tabouli — Chopped parsley, scallions, tomatoes and mint mixed with bulgur (cracked wheat), dressed with lemon juice and olive oil.

Tyropita — Feta and kasseri cheeses with a hint of mint baked in phyllo pastry.

Tzatziki — Homemade yogurt blended with shredded cucumbers, dill and garlic.

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