Sunday in Greece, like in many countries I suppose, is a day for roast meat. Especially lamb! Cooking a roasted lamb mixed with feta cheese though can make the day even better.
The following sauce is again a classic one that you can find in the menu’s of almost all the Greek taverns in the capital and all of the islands. Taramasalad is ideal for a starter and ..basically as a quick meal for you.
Taramasalad comes from taramas (ταραμάς) which is basically fish roe.
Pie’s is not something that usually associate with the Greek cuisine but rather I would say with the English one. That is rather unfortunate as the Greeks have a lot of love for there traditional pies like the British. If you travel to Greece there is no way you can miss them and especially the traditional Spinach pie that is cooked everywhere in the country.
Last summer my manager decided to go for holidays in Greece. He did travel to some places but stayed longer at Paros where he surfed and did try a lot of the local dishes but also some more traditional ones. The funny thing was that when he came back he didn’t talked about the sun of Greece neither the sea, or culture etc etc. He talked about the moment he tried first one of the most traditional Greek dishes, the “Kleftiko”.