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ideas for greek 'buffet' food needed please

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alexsmum Fri 19-May-06 12:20:46

we've got the houmous,taramasalata(?), etc.stuffed vine leaves,feta salad.any other ideas please?

JackieNo Fri 19-May-06 12:22:04

Are you having a Eurovision party, by any chance, alexsmum?

alexsmum Fri 19-May-06 12:22:59

gosh however did you guess????

Gem13 Fri 19-May-06 12:23:04

Greek yoghurt and honey. Yummy aubergine dip - or is that middle Eastern?

JackieNo Fri 19-May-06 12:24:19

More information than you wanted?

Kathy1972 Fri 19-May-06 12:24:48

Spanokopita (spinach and cheese pie made with filo pastry) and baklava (very sweet honey and nut pie made with filo pastry) if you're feeling creative (not that hard to do with a pack of frozen filo)

alexsmum Fri 19-May-06 12:27:29

cheers jackieno!!!!!

this was my friends idea.i wanted to do 'brits in falaraki' food!!!i

i think she is over estimating my culinary abilities.

YellowFeathers Fri 19-May-06 12:27:52

Tsziki (sp) so yummy with fresh bread. Also just a simple tomato and feta salad with onions and a light dressing.

alexsmum Fri 19-May-06 12:43:03

yep got the feta salad! check!

TheLadyVanishes Fri 19-May-06 14:12:42

I would be very lazy and get the M&S range of greek nibbles as they are very moreish

alexsmum Fri 19-May-06 17:12:54

ooh ladyvanishes-didn't know that m&s did a range ! will def check that out!

Kelly1978 Fri 19-May-06 17:19:52

waitrose also do a greek selection, with the stuffed leaves etc.

oxocube Fri 19-May-06 18:17:48

lamb kebabs? anything with lamb in fact!! Nigella does a Greek lamb stew which is only Greek in as much as it is sprinkled with oregano and feta as far as I remember. Sounds fun!

oxocube Fri 19-May-06 18:18:54

Oh and Kalamata olives of course

bubblez Fri 19-May-06 18:47:04

Lots of Tatsziki (cucumber and yoghurt dip) Kiofdethes (greek meatballs v.nice) and if you like them Koubes (topedo shaped pastry filled with mince) lovely with a squeese of lemon and come in minatures...

bubblez Fri 19-May-06 18:49:07

tzakistes (green olives marinated in olive oil garlic and lemon....)

bubblez Fri 19-May-06 18:53:43

There is a lot to greek cooking 24 and still can only master the basics.... but there are some very good greek bakers shops or take out restaurants that will do all the hard work for ya... or if your me then mothers and auntys do fine

louli Fri 19-May-06 19:03:33

Just looked in my Greek Cookery book, in addition to the things other people have mentioned you could try baby meatballs, calamari, stuffed peppers, making a pastitsio are chopping it into smaller portions ( quite easy to make). Roasted peppers I think you can get them in jars where the pickles are in Sainsburys & Waitrose.

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