Kataifi

close-up of Greek ‘Kataifi’ sweet with thin leaves of pastry and dried nuts over which, after baking, a syrup made of sugar, lemon, and water is drizzled

Among the most famous Greek sweets are those called “pan-baked sweet” or siropiasta.  They are famous because so many people like them, most of which originate from Asia Minor using […]

Katiki

close-up of Greek ‘Katiki’ means a fresh and light soft white cheese spreading on three slices of dry bread

Katiki is a fresh and light soft white cheese, a creamy delight, with a fine smooth texture, a pleasant aroma and a refreshing, slightly sour taste that is actually more […]

Katimeria

close-up of Greek ‘Katimeria’ are fried pretzels of dough stuffed with fresh cheese

Katimeria are fried koulouria of dough stuffed with fresh cheese. They are prepared during Carnival on Kos and Samos as well as on other islands, with some variations in their […]

Katsiki kapama

close-up of plate with Greek ‘Katsiki kapama’ food means small pieces of got cooked with tomatoes and peppers

Katsiki kapama means “goat kapama”. On the island of Patmos, katsiki kapama is often found on the holiday table in tomato sauce along with thick-cut fried potatoes and cinnamon sticks. […]