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Galaktoboureko

Galaktoboureko, a Greek delight, features layers of crispy filo filled with semolina custard, bathed in syrup. A divine blend of texture, sweetness, and aroma—simply amazing!

Close-up of pieces of Greek ‘Galaktoboureko’ is sweet made of semolina custard in filo dough covered with syrup

Galaktoboureko is a Greek dessert made of semolina custard in filo (or phyllo) dough. It is a traditional syrupy or pan-baked sweet made throughout Greece.

Galaktoboureko is prepared, to its golden crispy perfection, with layers of golden brown crispy filo, sprinkled with melted butter, filled with creamy custard and bathed in syrup, prepared from sugar and water, usually with a lemon or vanilla scent.

The name comes from “milk börek” which means milk sweet pie. Have a bite of amazing galaktoboureko and let its divine texture, sweetness and aromas flow in your mouth.

Simply amazing!

 

 

 

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