Posted by: Jonjon | January 2, 2009

Cheese – Greek Saganaki 7.5/10

Cheese – Greek Saganaki 7.5/10


• 55 g feta cheese 2 ounces
• 1/4 egg
• 0.5 g finely chopped fresh oregano ¼ teaspoon
• 15 g all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons
• 8 ml olive oil 1-1/2 teaspoon
• freshly ground black pepper
• 1/2 large ripe tomatoes, sliced
• 3 g lemon, cut into wedges ¼ lemon

Opa in Greek means
“Greek word used to describe a jubilant emotion of/during ‘celebration’. “
“It’s used to express joy and happiness.”
“That means “Welcome” in Greek”

This actually turned out quite well. This must be served immediately otherwise the batter will get soggy. At first, I thought there would be no flavor as I was only using egg and flour and I used oreganum powder instead of the fresh oregano. But the result was a salty, cruncy, yolk flavored feta that would serve a great meal for people who don’t mind eating cheese.



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