Roast potatoes

For me there is no better comfort food than potatoes baked in the oven, maybe it is because it belongs to sweet and delicious carbs or because it has to do with the recollection of the warmth you felt during Sunday’ s lunch at home with the loved ones, where the baked potatoes always accompanied food on the table.

Baked potatoes it is then for today, a simple and yet delicious meal. Juicy, crusty, sour, herbal, spicy, aromatic, cherished.

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Noodles with vegetable


1 package Noodles

4-5 small organic tomatoes, sliced in half

organic fresh green beans (or frozen organic)

green peppers chopped (bio)

red pepper sheeds


sea salt

2 table spoons organic tahini

extra virgin olive oil


Boil water in a pot and when it is boiled, remove it from the stove and soak the noodles for 1 minute in it. Then drain them, keeping only some boiled water in the pod. In a large frying pan we saute our vegetables for a while. Lastly we add the noodles and the organic tahini and combine all the ingredients.

Serve on a platter and good appetite!

Recipe for 4 people

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Potato fries with dip



Peal the potatoes and cut them in slices. Fry them in a preheated frying pan with extra virgin olive oil an let them drain on paper towels.
Ingredients for the dip:
1 small, purple, onion cut into rings
1 pepper “Florinis” (red sweet pepper)
1 green pepper
small tomatoes
chopped feta cheese
dried oregano
Extra virgin olive oil
After frying the vegetables- in extra virgin olive oil; Put them in a food processor along with oregano, feta cheese, extra virgin olive oil, until they result in a smooth texture..and the dip is ready!
Bon Apetit!

Stuffed vineleaves


Recipe for stuffed vine leaves:
1 jar tender vineleaves, if not tender enough, dip them for a few seconds in scalding water
2 small cups rice
2-3 chopped onions
5-6 spring onions , finely chopped
1 bunch of parsley , finely chopped
1/2 bunch of dill , chopped
1/2 bunch spearmint chopped
juice of 2 lemons
sea ​​salt
black pepper
extra virgin olive oil
In a large pan put 1 cup extra virgin olive oil and the remaining ingredients with following order : onion , fresh onion , salt , pepper , rice , parsley , dill , spearmint , 1 cup of water . Bring to a boil and then remove the pan from the heat . Once the pan cools, start to put the stuffing into each vineleave, -see photos-. The fibers of the vine leaves can be seen in the inner side I put the filling. In a large pot place a layer of leaves on the bottom after I put a little extra virgin olive oil and place the stuffed vineleaves very close to each other and do many layers. Pour them with remaining olive oil , water and lemon juice until they are covered and put over them a plate of material that can withstand high temperatures . At low to medium heat let them simmer for 30-40 minutes and then check if the rice is done and remove from heat . Serve with yoghurt .
Bon appetit !



Recipe for cold days:
3 glasses of water
1 cup trahana
extra virgin olive oil for the cooking
feta cheese
(optionally add a pinch of pepper)
In low temperature i boil the first 3 ingredients and stir them frequently , in 10 min. trahanas is ready, add water if necessary.(if it begins to stick on the pot even if I stir)
In my plate, I add some feta cheese while trahanas is still hot.

Roasted chicken with potatoes in the oven




1.5 kilogram chicken
5-6 potatoes
extra virgin olive oil
4-5 pinches of salt
1-2 pinches of pepper
2 teaspoon. oregano
1 teaspoon. mustard powder
1 teaspoon. honey
1 Tbsp vinegar
put also 1/2 cup of water into the pan
optional: squeeze also 1 lemon instead of using vinegar
One hour and a quarter baking in preheated oven at 190 degrees Celsius or depending on the strength of your oven.
bake for 40 minutes until turning the chicken from the other side in order to become brown and cook evenly. (Make a deep cut on each leg of the chicken in order to be cooked inside)
Bon appetit!

Nioki with vegetables, cheese and turkey slices in the oven



A healthy way of cooking nioki is boiling them, a tasty one is frying them, but when you cook them in the oven is tasty as well as healthy for you. So try to bake them in the oven for 20 min. with some extra virgin olive oil with vegetables, cheese and turkey slices in 185 grad Celsius not in fan in a preheated oven.
Bon Appetite!

Whole wheat bread & tenderloin and potatoes in the oven




Before baking:



For the buns , see bread recipe, only instead of all purpose flour 100%, put 50 % all purpose flour and for the remaining 50% use whole wheat flour
For the tenderloin :
Take 1 piece of whole tenderloin from your butcher , he will cut for you only the fats and then you cut the meat with a sharp knife in thin pieces , see photo. The marinate with herbs ( 1 teaspoon sage , 1/2 teaspoon thyme , 1/2 teaspoon rosemary , 1 chopped dry onion , 2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil, 1-2 Tablespoon of mustard (not powder ), 1 pinch of sea salt , 1 pinch of pepper , optionally 1 clove of garlic .
In a sprayed pyrex with extra virgin olive oil cut 2-3 potatoes and above them put the marinated meat , bake at 200 degrees in a preheated oven(not fan), in the middle rack, for 20-30 minutes and Bon Appetite !