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DAKOS - CRETAN KOUKOUVAGIA
Koukouvagia is a recipe from the island of Crete, and literally means "owls eyes".
I guess when you have two on a plate, they look somewhat like an owl is staring back at you......? It is very similar to an Italian bruschetta, with lots of cheese and oozing with olive oil. Great way to get use out of hard, dry, crusty bread.
RECIPE PRINTED FROM: THEGUTSYGOURMET.NET©
INGREDIENTS:RECIPE SERVES 1
● 2 barley rusks
● 6 tablespoons EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
● 2 large, ripe tomatoes, peeled and grated
● 1 cup fèta cheese or mizìthra cheese, grated
● Salt to taste
1. Dip the rusks half-roll slices in water to soak a little and let them stand to drain.
2. Next, sprinkle them with olive oil and wait, until the oil seeps into the rusk.
3. Salt as much as you wish, according to the saltiness of the feta cheese.
4. Top with the grated tomato and add the grated feta or mizὶthra cheese.
5. Serve immediately.
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