Looking for Greek Thermomix Recipes?
Love food? You will love these Greek Thermomix recipes! As a first for the podcast, we recorded this week’s episode with four people sitting around the kitchen table sharing amazing food (and lots of laughs!) Sia and Chrystalla from Fayi Cookbooks showered us with delicious traditional food made from some of the Greek Thermomix recipes featured in their upcoming book, ‘Mezze’.
Sia and Chrystalla from Fayi Cookbooks are two hardworking Mums with a rich cultural heritage. We loved hearing their stories about how they each came to love their Thermomix, and how they came to be working with one another to bring amazing cultural recipes (more than just Greek!) to Thermomix owners. These recipes have been shared through the generations which these clever women have converted to the Thermomix with delicious results.
Amazingly, they were even able to cater for us (with the weird and wonderful selection of foods that don’t work for us!) – we felt like we had won the food lottery!
What was on the menu in this podcast?
- Tahini Dip, amazingly milky white!
- Potato Garlic Dip, a new favourite! (How did we not know about this before?)
- Olive Dip
- Marinated Olives, we are never eating anything else again (they are that good!)
- Homemade Haloumi (seriously, you can make your own!)
- Goat’s Ricotta with Watermelon, so light!
- Halva Cake (Joe had eaten the whole thing by the next day)
To get the recipe for the cake Joe LOVED, head on over to Fayi Cookbooks and when you sign up to their mailing list you will get the recipe!
If you love the sound of the recipes in the book as much as we did, go and preorder your copy now!
In Brisbane? Head along to say hi to Sia and Chrystalla at Paniyiri, the Greek festival held at Musgrave Park in West End. They will be doing a cooking demonstration, as well as having a stand where they are giving away a Thermomix! Discover more Greek Thermomix recipes!
One lucky listener will be sent a copy of Fayi Cookbooks first cookbook ‘Mezze’. Simply share a cultural recipe that you love to make (or would like to make), and tell us what culture it is from. This giveaway will be active until the girls release the book (exact release date not yet confirmed).
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