AWED - A Worldly Epicurean's Delight an event originally by epicurean DK of Chef In You,takes you through a wonderful journey through world cuisines.The current stop is Greece and lets celebrate Greek cuisine all this month with its delicious vegetarian menu.
- Make any Greek dish -vegetarian (eggs are allowed in AWED) /vegan and post the same in your blog.Feel free to use the logo. The logo is based on the National Emblem or the Greek Coat of Arms.
- The entry should be linked to this post and also to DK's event announcement post.
- Multiple entries are welcome,since more the entries,more the choices available.
- Send me your 'name','recipe','recipe url' and '300 px wide pic' to 'email@example.com'
- All the entries between March 1st 2010 and March 31st 2010 are eligible for the event.
- Non bloggers can send the above details to the same mail address
The cuisine needs no introduction and the links of almost all the dishes are available on the WorldWide Web.But still. some important Greek Blogs are:
and several other droolworthy blogs/sites some giving even the detailed history behind the Greek Food.
This is a simple vegetable and pasta soup from the island of Corfu in the Ionian Sea. The dish which I adapted from here makes excellent use of veggies and can be made with whatever veggies you have in hand along with pasta to obtain a hearty comforting meal.
Ingredients:Spaghetti: 1/2 cup + broken into small pieces.
Potato: 1 peeled and cubed
Tomato: 1 chopped
Carrots: 2 cut into long pieces
Bell Pepper: 1 chopped
Celery: 1 stem chopped
Tomato Paste: 1 tbsp
Chilli Flakes or Hot Pepper : 1/2 tsp +/-
Olive Oil: 1 tbsp
Put all the chopped vegetables in water and cook till tender.Add in tomato paste,little salt,pepper,olive oil ,chili flakes and boil for five more minutes.Add in the broken pasta (I just halved the spaghetti),and cook till aldente or done.
The soup was a chunky broth of pasta and veggies.Simple yet hearty and a nice starter soup if served in small bowls.There goes my first entry to AWED:Greece.
Kali Orexi (Bon Appetite in Greek!)