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Summer Vegetables


I love summer time and all the fresh vegetables that are available at our local farmers market.

Some of my favoirtes are fresh red skin potatoes, zuccinni, eggplant, tomatoes, peppers and fresh greens. Here are a few easy recipes that I think you will enjoy this summer.

Easy Potatoes

Take a few potatoes maybe 6-7 depending how many you need to feed

Wash them with skins on if you like, cut them in quarters then place on a baking sheet with edges

Drizzle good Olive Oil all over the potatoes, be generous.

Take the Greek to Go Greek Seasoing, shake well and then sprinkle all of the potatoes

Bake at 450 degrees for about an hour or until nice golden brown and tenderj

Greens

Just pick your favorite green like brocollini, dandillions, endives........

Wash well then boil for a few minutes until tendor

Drain

Place in a bowl

Drizzle wtih Olive Oil, be generous

Drizzle with Fresh Lemon Juice

Sprinkle some Greek to Go Seasoning

Toss and Enjoy!

Traditional Greek Salad

Tomatoes, cut in wedges

Fresh Shallots thinly sliced

Cucumbers, cut thin

Good Feta Cheese

Good Olive Oil

Sea Salt

Good Greek Oregano

Just put the veggies in a bowl

Drizzel Olive Oil

Sprinkle Sea Salt

Cut a piece of feta or crumble it on top

Mix and enjoy, So Easy

Make sure to get some good bread to dip into it!!

Another Greek Summer Classic is called Tourlou-Tourlou or Briam

1 eggplant diced

2 large potatoes, peeled and quartered

2 zucchini. thiick slices

2 yellow squash, thick slices

3 onions, thick slices

2-3 red, yellow or green peppers, slivered

4-5 cloves of garlic diced

1 pound fresh tomatoe, chopped

1/2 cup fresh chopped parsley

1 cup good oilive oil

2 Tablespoons of Greek to Go Seasoing

Mix all the ingredeints togather and place in a large baking pan or casserole

cover and bake at 400 degrees for 45 minutes to hour


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