The following recipe is a result of my endless efforts in cooking during the 2020 Covid lockdown in UK. Even if my life (as well as of many others) was not so exciting at that time, the soup ended up to be delicious!
In our family we have now as a tradition to go to the local fishmonger and have a fish every Saturday. However, the situation forced us most of the
Trahanas was something i used to eat only when i was 10-12 years old and usually when i was spending the summer with my Grandparents. I just recently started to add it again on my diet and i realised why it was the favourite of my grandparents.
Unfortunately, Summer is gone and we are getting ready for the long cold winter. As it was said in “Game of Thrones” ..Winter is coming! So what better to get ready with 5 soups you can have at home when outside is raining, snowing…or in general is not summer…
They say that after the man discovered the fire, boiling was the first way he invented to process his food.
Originally, it began to boil the fruit that was harvested in the forests, and later the vegetables he learned to cultivate, the animals he caught or the fish he was catching
As the weather is becoming colder and colder here in London, i had to come up with something to warm me up. Agreed, its not traditional greek but i did something about it.