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Από τα λίγα αγαπημένα κέικ του μικρού μου Γιώργου η Φανουρόπιτα, τη ζήτησε πριν λίγες ημέρες και έτρεξα να την ετοιμάσω. Φτιάξαμε λοιπόν Φανουρόπιτα με τη συνταγή της γιαγιάς μας και σας την παρουσιάζουμε.
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Το “Salty Biscotti Blog” έχει γενέθλια!!
Το γιορτάζουμε, χαρίζοντας σου ένα δωρεάν 9+1 tips-ebook, σχετικά με το styling και τη σύνθεση φωτογραφίας. Ελπίζω να το απολαύσεις!!
Σε ευχαριστώ που βρίσκεσαι εδώ ακόμη μία φορά!!
The “Salty Biscotti Blog” has it`s birthday!!! We celebrate this, by sharing with you a free 9+1 tips-ebook about styling and composition. It is written in Greek, but an English version will be uploaded soon. You can contact me though, if intrested in receiving it earlier. I hope you will enjoy it & many thanks for being here once more. Salty Biscotti Free Photography EBook
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This May, “The Salty Biscotti Blog” has it`s birthday. It has been two years since I created my first post here friends. So many things have happened since then, so many great things!!
I was a mom of one little boy, today I am a mom two, my George and my Thanos. My two little “Biscottis”!! I was so much into baking and cooking for my family and friends, today it is the most natural thing to me to bake twice a day for them. I was so passionate about food photography, today I am IN LOVE with it.
Continue reading “Homemade Banana Bread With Chocolate Chips – “SB” Celebrations.”
These little garlic breads were a perfect hit around here. A basic bread recipe with a hidden cheese surprise inside, baked in buttered basil, rosemary, mint and garlic.
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We start this week with an easy and quick orange cake with cheese, perfect for breakfast.
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I have not many words today. Today, on ‘SaltyBiscotti” we celebrate crepes. And chocolate. And bisquits. That!! Brunch or breakfast, day or night, this is one of my favorite quick and easy dishes.
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This is a traditional Greek dish that we make a lot around here, especially after Easter period. I remember my grandmother serving it to us on Easter Sunday actually and this is her recipe. It is a very tasty and easy dessert, with simple ingredients and one of my personal favorites.
Semolina halvah, with roasted almonds and cinnamon.
600 gr. semolina
300 gr. olive oil
150 gr. peeled almonds
For the syrup:
1 kilo sugar
zest from 1 lemon
juice from half a lemon
cinnamon & extra almonds to decorate
First, prepare the syrup. In a pot, mix the sugar with 1 1/2 kilo water. Add the lemon zest and the juice from half a lemon and stir well. Let it boil in medium to high heat, for a few minutes and let it rest.
In another pot, add the oil and the almonds and let them fry until golden in medium to high heat. Add the semolina and stir well with a wooden spoon, until brown. Add the syrup, mix well and turn off the heat. Cover your mixture with a towel for a few minutes, until it is homogenised and tight enough.
Transfer the halvah into a large cake ring or use smaller ones to make individual pieces and let it cool down for 10 minutes. Trasfet it to a large plate, sprinkle some cinnamon and extra almonds on top and serve.