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21 SEARCH RESULTS FOR: cod
01.  Bakaliaro – Salt Cod with Tomatoes, Onions & Raisins
  This is a perfect Mediterranean Diet recipe, replete with fish, veggies, extra virgin Greek olive oil and a twist! Raisins and salt cod have always made an easy pairing in the traditional cooking of the Peloponnese. Raisins used to be one of the region’s main commodities, and salt cod, while not of Greek origin, was once a very cheap ...
02.  Cod Croquettes
Salt cod, or bakaliaros pastos, is sometimes referred to as the fish of the mountains. Cod is not native to the Mediterranean, but to the North Sea and Atlantic. Itinerant merchants would travel inland to sell preserved (salted or air-dried) cod and the tradition of cooking it has remained constant to this day. It is eaten most most notably on ...
03.  Cod, or Bakaliaros, in Greek Cuisine
Salt cod, called bakaliaros, is the fish most Greeks eat on March 25th. Discover how this ocean fish found its way to the Mediterranean and try some of the delicious dishes Greeks prepare with it.
04.  Salt Cod, the Greek Mountain Fish!
Salt Cod, The Greek Mountain Fish I am writing this upon arrival back to Greece, landing on a grey March day, the latest in a string of chilly, wet days that have made it seem like spring will never come. I just finished an exhausting trip to the States, on and off airplanes between NY, Boston, and San Francisco, and ...
05.  Crispy Cod Pita Wrap with Yogurt Tartar Sauce
06.  Margarita’s Tomato Fritters with Cod
07.  Cretan Chick Pea Soup with Cod
08.  Saltcod Brandade from Santorini
Try something new for March 25th, the day Greeks eat saltcod. This traditional dish from Santorini is one of the most unusual regional recipes for saltcod.
09.  Salt Cod Croquettes with Ouzo and Spices
March 25th is one of the most important Greek holidays. It's both Greek Independence Day and the Assumption, one of the two days during Lent when fish is allowed. The tradition is to eat salt cod, usually as fritters, and skordalia.
10.  Salt Cod “Plaki” in a Pot
11.  Bourtheto – Garlicky Fish & Leek Stew
Bourtheto, from the Italian brodetto, for broth or soup, is one of the classic recipes coopted from the Venetian past of Corfu and Ionian islands. You can use any fleshy white fish for this.
12.  Beet Salad
Beet salad, patzarosalata in Greek, is an all-time favorite. Earthy beets pair beautifully with garlic and the acidity of good vinegar. You’ll find this salad on tables everywhere, the perfect match to fish recipes like fried cod croquettes and retsina.