Greek Briam

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Another easily prepared dish. This can be eaten hot or cold and is delicious when accompanied by a large slice of Feta cheese.

Ingredients
½ kg potatoes
½ kg courgettes
½ eggplants
2 green peppers
1 medium onion sliced
2 large ripe tomatoes pureed
2 cloves garlic chopped
2 tablespoons roughly chopped parsley
100 ml olive oil
Salt and pepper
500 ml water


Preparation

Cut all the vegetables into round slices approx. ½ cm thick.

Place all the ingredients in a large shallow oven dish, making sure they are well mixed and evenly spread.

Bake in a pre heated oven at 180 degrees Celsius for 1 hour or until no water remains, only the oil.


Eat and Enjoy!


5 comments:

lisarryans said...

I was really attractive with its photo. That's why I made it at home with my mom. LOL!! Well it does taste good!

Cathy said...

Thank you so much for the authentic Greek recipes. We love everything Greek, and often make the Briam, Moussaka and Lemon Chicken that we have enjoyed when visiting Greece. The sea food is a much more difficult commodity to find in England especially to have it as fresh as when in Greece. Thank you again for the recipes.

Cathy said...

Thank you so much for publishing some authentic Greek recipes. We make Briam regularly, and also enjoy Lemon Chicken and Moussaka at home - it is not quite the same as eating it surrounded by animated Greek people in the sun, but good enough. Sea food is a different challenge - so fresh and good in Greece, sometimes straight from the sea! In England this is more difficult to find at an affordable price, so a treat when we visit Greece.

symposio said...

Thank you so much for your kind comments, Cathy! So glad you enjoy the recipes :)

Mike Coleman said...

Thanks for the recipe. We have made this dish many times it is delicious and we have it with butchers sausage which goes well with the Briam.

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