How many calories are in Easter cookies?
Easter egg cookies
Is Greek cooking healthy?
In addition to providing a healthy, balanced diet, Greek food is famous for their love of olive oil when cooking, which is rich in healthy omega-3 fatty acids. It’s also lower in saturated fat than butter, making it great healthful alternative to cook with.
What are Koulourakia cookies?
Delicious, buttery koulourakia, also known as Greek Easter Cookies. Crisp and not overly sweet, these cookies are perfect for snacking! Delicious, buttery and not too sweet, koulourakia come in a variety of shapes. You may see them with or without sesame seeds, flavored with vanilla or scented with orange.
How do you make Greek Easter cookies?
Shaping the Greek Easter cookies is really easy. Just pinch off a small ball of the dough (approx. 1 inch/3cm in diameter) and roll it into a rope. You can then try to: Or just let your imagination run wild and form the dough in any shape you like! As most holidays in Greece revolve around food, Greek Easter is no exception!
How do you cook Koulourakia?
In a small bowl add the egg yolks and 1 tbsp water and whisk with a fork. Brush the top of the koulourakia and bake in preheated oven at 200C for 15 minutes, until nicely coloured. Let the koulourakia cool down completely and store in airtight containers for up to three weeks.
How long do Greek Easter cookies last?
The cookies are glazed with an egg wash for a bit of shine. If sprinkling with sesame seeds, this will also help them adhere. After baking, these cookies will last a couple weeks in an airtight container. Tender, buttery Greek Easter cookies. Not too sweet and perfect with a cup of coffee!