Greek Easter Magiritsa

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Magiritsa is a traditional dish associated with the Greek Easter. It is eaten to break the Fast before Easter and is prepared on Holy Saturday (May 4 this year) and eaten directly after the midnight service. There are variations in the recipes used, but this recipe (which is not a soup) is a simple, traditional way of preparing it - called Tsilihourdi - from a village in northern Corfu.

For recipe, click here.

This is an easy recipe for a vegetarian alternative to Magiritsa. It's basically an alternative soup for those who are vegetarian or who do not like magiritsa. It's very, very nourishing and terribly easy and quick to make. 

Click on the link above to go to recipe.


Lisa @ Greek Vegetarian said...

I love the vegetarian alternative for Magiritsa you have posted here. It sounds so delicious! I've never made this before but being a vegetarian I will definitely be making this soon. Thank you for sharing :)

symposio said...

Thanks, Lisa! It's definitely delicious and very simple to make.

Lisa @ Greek Vegetarian said...

Hello again. I just wanted to let you know I made this for dinner tonight and it was delicious. Thank you for such a lovely recipe :)

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