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Month: October 2014

Albanian Fried Dough (Petulla me Vezë)

Albanian Fried Dough (Petulla me Vezë)

Ingredients 1 1/3 warm water 1/2 tbsp salt 1 tbsp yeast 3 1/3 cups of flour 2 eggs 1 cup of canola or any vegetable oil for frying Preparation Mix the first three ingredients with a wooden spoon in a large bowl in the same […]

Mango Rice Pudding Dessert Semi-Homemade

Mango Rice Pudding Dessert Semi-Homemade

Ingredients Rice pudding – Kozy Shack original recipe 1 pineapple chopped in small bite size 1 mango chopped in small bite size Dulce de leche Preparation Divide Kozy Shack rice pudding among small serving bowls and top this with chopped mango. Drizzle with warm Dulce […]

Crepes with Cheese and Garlic (Petulla të Fshira me Hudhra)

Crepes with Cheese and Garlic (Petulla të Fshira me Hudhra)

Crepe is a type of very thin layer of pancake. Crepes with cheese and garlic  is a very old traditional Albanian recipe. They are made in many countries, but the origin is from a region to the northwest of France. They are usually made with […]

Arugula Salad with Lemon and Parmesan

Arugula Salad with Lemon and Parmesan

Arugula also known as rugula or rucola is very aromatic vegetable and very rich in vitamin A and C. With dark green leaves and very low in calories like many vegetables it is widely used in dishes. Ingredients 4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 2 […]

Lamb with Yogurt Casserole (Tavë Kosi)

Lamb with Yogurt Casserole (Tavë Kosi)

This recipe in Albanian is called Tave Kosi, Tave Elbasani or in English Lamb Yogurt Sauce. There are two ways of make it depending on where you live and what kind of meat you use. I am trying to publish this old authentic recipe mostly […]

Yogurt Sauce or Dip with Cucumber and Dill (Kos me Kastravec – Tarator)

Yogurt Sauce or Dip with Cucumber and Dill (Kos me Kastravec – Tarator)

Tarator is a refreshing side dish or appetizer which is very popular in Albania during the summer time. Each Balkan country has different way of making it with almost the same ingredients. In Albania is called Tarator, in Greece the name is Tzatziki and Cacik […]


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