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No Kneading Bread (Bukë e Thjeshtë)

No Kneading Bread (Bukë e Thjeshtë)

Ingredients 3 cups flour 1 1/2 tsp salt 1/4 tsp yeast 1 1/2 cup of hot water Preparation In a large bowl combine the dry ingredients: flour, salt, yeast. Stir hot water and mix with spatula until it all comes together and is well blended. […]

White Bean Stew (Gjellë me Grosh)

White Bean Stew (Gjellë me Grosh)

White bean stew is a delicious meal, easy to make and very healthy and nutritious. The recipe below is made with dry beans, stewed in red sauce made with chopped tomatoes or tomato paste and onion. White beans are legumes high in protein and have […]

Rabbit and Onion Casserole (Comlek Lepuri)

Rabbit and Onion Casserole (Comlek Lepuri)

Ingredients: whole rabbit cut in pieces or 6 rabbit legs 2 lb onions, roughly sliced in big wedges (big onions chop in 4 pieces) 2 cups water 3-4 fresh tomatoes chopped 1 cup white wine or 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 3 bay leaves 1 spring […]

Albanian Pie with Onion and Tomatoes (Burek me Qepë dhe Domate)

Albanian Pie with Onion and Tomatoes (Burek me Qepë dhe Domate)

Ingredients For filling: 2 lb tomatoes, chopped 4 medium onions, chopped 4-5 tbsp olive oil 1 tsp mint salt and pepper to taste For the filo dough: 11/2 cup all purpose flour 1 tsp salt 1 cup warm water Preparation Filling – Heat olive oil […]

Quails with Onions (Thelleza me Qepë)

Quails with Onions (Thelleza me Qepë)

Ingredients 6 quails, cleaned 2 lb vidalia onions, roughly sliced 1 cup white wine 8 garlic cloves 2 tomatoes, chopped 1 tbsp tomato paste 3 tbsp butter 1 tbsp olive oil salt black pepper bay leaves 2 cups water Preparation Season quails with salt and […]

Filo or Phyllo Dough for Albanian Pie (Petë për Byrek)

Filo or Phyllo Dough for Albanian Pie (Petë për Byrek)

Burek or Byrek is a very popular dish made with thin filo or phyllo pastries filled with meat, cheese and vegetables. This is prepared in a large pan and is cut in small portions. Burek is usually served with plain drinking yogurt or tarator soup. […]


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