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Voutimata Greek Cookies with Sesami 330g

Voutimata Greek Cookies with Sesami 330g

Voutimata Greek Cookies with Sesami 330g

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Instead of using brandy for making Kourambiethes (Greek powdered sugar cookies), what else could i use?

Question by hello:): Instead of using brandy for making Kourambiethes (Greek powdered sugar cookies), what else could i use?
Using a few tablespoons- is it really necessary? or what else could i use to substitute?

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Answer by Durga_m
How about using Davinci Syrup? It comes in sugar free and regular and many different flavors.

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Q&A: What is the history of Greek Honey cookies?

Question by asdfg!: What is the history of Greek Honey cookies?
Its also known as Melomakarona.

Can you tell me when (like holidays if any) its commonly prepared by Greeks and other interesting things

10 points! (:

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Answer by joyce
Cinnamon, cloves, orange – a traditional combination of tastes identified with the holiday season – are the common factor in these fabulous cookies that are (most often) dipped in a lightly spiced syrup after baking, then topped with sprinkled nuts. In many parts of Greece, the term “Christmas Cookies” means Melomakarona.

Similar cookies called Phoenikia (also finikia) and Isli are seasonal favorites as well.

Some versions of Melomakarona are made with nut centers, while others like the recipe in the photo for Melomakarona with Walnuts are made with optional ground nuts in the cookie dough.

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Taste of Crete Evangelia’s Greek Cookies with Olive Oil and Grape Syrup, 5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)

Taste of Crete Evangelia’s Greek Cookies with Olive Oil and Grape Syrup, 5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)

Taste of Crete Evangelia's Greek Cookies with Olive Oil and Grape Syrup, 5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)

  • Pack of four, 5-ounce (total of 20-ounce)
  • Trans fat free
  • Cholesterol free
  • Contains no eggs or butter
  • Preservatives free

Evangelia’s traditional Greek Cookies are named after my mother-in-law who runs the family farm on the island of Crete. She shared with me her receipe. These healthy cookies contain no Trans Fats, No Cholesterol, No Eggs or Butter and No Preservative

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Moustokouloura Home Made Cookies, 450g (15.87oz)

Moustokouloura Home Made Cookies, 450g (15.87oz)

Moustokouloura Home Made Cookies, 450g (15.87oz)

Soft cookies made with raisin syrup. Product of Greece.

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