If you like the deep-fried chickpea patties in Mediterranean restaurants, you’ll love this lighter version. Pair them with a crisp, slightly fruity rosé or white wine to complement the dried spices in the mix. Serve with chopped lettuce, tomatoes, and warmed pita rounds. ...read more
This light, bright pasta salad is ideal for party buffets because the small orzo pasta is easy to eat with a fork or spoon. Feel free to add your favorite cheeses and veggies; just be sure to cut them small so that they blend in with the pasta. ...read more
Hot out of our test kitchen, we have a winner for the I Can’t Believe It’s Dairy Free Recipe Contest, presented by So Delicious Dairy Free. We tested an impressive roster of recipes, from Guilt-Free Spinach Artichoke Dip to Peanut Butter and Jelly Icebox Pie, and Creamy Cauliflower Cashew Soup to Cardamom-Scented Rice Pudding, we had more than a few favorites. But in the end, one recipe tantalized our taste buds more than any other: Jamie Brown-Miller's So Delicious Greek Wraps with Lemon-Kissed Tofu. Big congrats to Jaimie, who will win a year's supply of So Delicious Dairy Free and a $200 Visa gift card. Get the winning recipe below.
If you like stuffed grape leaves, you’ll love this casserole, which has all the flavors of the bite-size appetizers without all the rolling. You don’t have to parboil jarred grape leaves, but a quick dip in boiling water tenderizes them and removes some of their saltiness. ...read more
Keeping a can or two of lentils on hand means you can have this Greek dish on the table without having to cook the lentils beforehand. If you like onions, double the amount when caramelizing. ...read more
Taleggio is a rich cheese that melts easily. In Italy, it's often paired with salads of spicy greens or served with fresh grapes, which is why we put the combinations together in these open-faced sandwiches. ...read more
This classic Greek sweet may look tricky to make, but it’s as easy as a kid’s craft project. Crispy layers are produced by brushing melted butter between sheets of phyllo dough. Don’t worry about making each layer perfect—uneven ends and tears will be hidden in the final ...read more