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Easy Cooking: Dakos -A Greek Meze

By on May 5, 2016
easy cooking greek dakos meze

                                                              greek dakos meze

This week`s recipe is one of my favorites by far. I cook it very often and it could be my daily main dish  (I actually think at a certain busy office period it was!!).

It is mainly a summer recipe, since it is a cold plate and it involves -of course- lots of tomatoes and feta cheese. So, with the summer getting closer, I though of sharing this week that easy Greek recipe coming from Crete, called Dakos.

The main ingredient, which makes the difference in the recipe`s taste, is the rusk used as the base of the plate. For my meze today I used slices of white bread instead.

the ingredients (for two)

  • two large slices of bread/ two large dakos rusk
  • two large tomatoes
  • feta cheese
  • olive oil
  • capers /oregano
  • salt

the method

  • bake the bread for a couple of minutes until crunch (if you are using rusks place them at the bottom of the plate/ you can cut them in small pieces and salt them a bit)
  • cut and slice the tomatoes -and preferably remove their skin-
  • place them on top of the bread/rusk for it to get wet from the tomatoes juice
  • slice into small cubes the feta cheese and spread it on top
  • add the capers/oregano, some salt and olive oil

 

easy cooking greek dakos meze

 

You can accompany your dish, with iced Greek Ouzo or cold white wine.

Enjoy!!

Marianthi

+Have you taste Greek Dakos Meze before??

P.S.  greek salad the original & mozzarella diet salad


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