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These are the traditional desserts you should taste in Greece

Greece ● Turkey ● 05 June 2017
 

The Greek cuisine is famous worldwide for its fine ingredients, its tasteful recipes and its traditional dishes that combine meat, fish and vegetables. However, the Greek cuisine has also many desserts that are perfect after a delicious meal. In Greece, every restaurant and tavern offers high-quality desserts, but you can also find everywhere patisseries with cakes and sweets that will impress you with their taste and appearance.

1. Loukoumades

Loukoumades are considered as the Greek version of doughnuts. They are crispy and golden on the outside, fluffy and airy on the inside. This delicacy is great during winter, as it is served hot, but it still remains a very good choice at any time of the year. If you want to try your cooking skills, you can prepare these bite-sized sweet honey puffs, which are served soaked in hot honey syrup, with a very simple recipe.

Loukoumades

2. Kataifi

Kataifi is a delicious dessert, which is very popular in Greece, Turkey and the Arabic countries. It is a delicacy made with chopped walnuts, scented with clove and cinnamon, wrapped into crispy dough and bathed in lemon syrup.

3. Ravani

Ravani is the ultimate cake in Greece. It can be found in many variations, but the most popular is the one with coconut. Ravani is a syrupy Greek cake with flakes of oranges and coconut. Its delicate flavour, texture and smell will amaze you.

4. Galaktompoureko

Galaktompoureko is a traditional Greek dessert made from layers of dough, sprinkled with melted butter, filled with creamy custard and bathed in scented syrup. The secret of galaktompoureko is mostly in the dough that should be crispy but at the same time soft.

5. Baklava

Baklava is a delicacy also coming from Turkey, which has however found its special place in the Greek tradition. Baklava is made from layers of crispy golden dough, filled with nuts and garnished with syrup.

Baklava

6. Tsoureki

Tsoureki is a kind of sweet bread, which is a tradition to be prepared in Easter. Two aromatic spices, mastic and mahlab, give tsoureki an amazing taste. You can eat tsoureki throughout the whole year; it is a perfect snack that will sweeten your day!

7. Rizogalo

Rizogalo is a rice pudding, which takes its name from its two basic ingredients, rice and milk. It is a healthy Greek recipe as it is butter- and egg- free. Rizogalo is served warm and scented with vanilla, cinnamon, lemon peel or orange zest.

Where to Stay

Hotel in Tripoli, Greece Arcadia Hotel
Arcadia Hotel
Kolokotroni Sq., 22100 Tripoli, Greece

Arcadia Hotel is located in a very central location in Tripolis. Its location is an excellent starting point for guests who wish to explore Peloponesse. Kalamata International Airport is 76 km away.

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17, Arachovis & Ippokratous Str., 10680 Athens, Greece

Located in Athens City Center, Athens Way hotel is within a 15-minute walk from Syntagma Square and a 10-minute walk from the nearest metro station. The Acropolis and the historic part of Athens, Plaka, are at 2 km. The lively Monastiraki Square is 1.5 km away. Athens International Airport is at 33.5 km and Piraeus port can be reached within 30 minutes using the light railway.

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Studios Marianna
Agia Anna, 84300 Naxos, Greece

Studios Marianna are located in the popular summer resort of Agia Anna and offer self-catering accommodation just a 5-minute walk from the beach. Agios Prokopios beach can be reached within 15 minutes on foot. Naxos Town and the main port are at 6 km. Naxos Airport is 3 km away from the property.


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