another unusual recipe, which i have slightly adapted - just by adding some garlic - from a recipe from greek chef and restaurateur theodore kyriakou's ‘real greek food’, which he co-authored with food writer charles campion. this recipe, which can be served as part of a mezedes spread, "originates from the greek jewish community of the city of thessaloniki". i am posting it here for the 2005 zaar world tour. the recipe did not specify the quantity this recipe makes. my guesstimate is 4 cups. if you make this before i have a chance to make it, it would be really helpful if you could please indicate in your review the quantity this recipe makes. any specific information you can offer on your experience of cooking times would also be helpful. this recipe is strangely lacking in those details, but sounded too interesting to pass over.
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