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Welcome to my kitchen!

Katerina Stai-Failadi

Tell me what you eat, to tell you who you are.
Old Greek saying

Welcome to my kitchen, welcome to a journey full of flavor. Together we will make greek and mediterranean dishes, traditional and not, dishes delicious and above all healthy.

Katerina Stai – Failadis is a Professor of Greek Language. After her marriage she lives mainly abroad, following her husband who is a Press and Communication Counselor of Greek Embassies, and since 2008 she lives in Beijing. She gives “Greek cuisine & healthy diet” courses trying to impart her love for the wellcooked homemade food always based on Greek olive oil.

 

My Latest Recipes

Who is going to eat yesterday's boiled chicken leftover ? Follow  this imaginative, exotic recipe and everyone would love to try !  No one would guess that this is a  leftover inspiration...

2/4 people
10m · 10m

The simpliest recipe for pasta, so natural and tasteful...

4 people
10m · 15m

Oven roasted lamb. The most classic Greek dish especially on Sundays that the whole family gathers together for lunch.

6/8 people
15m · 120m

Shrimps with rice. This easy recipe is loaded with flavor! Serve this one pot meal with salad for a light and easy everyday meal or as a first dish in a friendly or even a formal dinner.

6/8 people
20m · 20m

Roasted chicken is one of our favorite dishes at home, especially for my son. The taste of lemon smells fantastic and gives flavor to the potatoes. Fabulous, juicy... makes a great main course for the whole family. 

4 people
15m · 90m

A different kind of stuffing for turkey , rich in flavor and fragrant !

4/8 people
50m · 5m

Delicious pumpkin pie with a unique flavor!

20/24 people
30m · 60m

Pork tenderloin stuffed with prunes and abricots in a sauce of cognac and orange juice. An incredible dish for your guests!

4/8 people
15m · 30m

The traditional Greek Easter soup is called “Magiritsa” and it’s basically a tasty soup that consists of lamb parts and lettuce. The original "magiritsa" recipe requires many chopped lamb parts, including lungs, liver and intestine but this recipe includes mushrooms instead of lamb parts that are customarily used and it’s another “version” of magiritsa... lighter and healthier! Could be called a "Mock Magiritsa" or a "Vegan Magiritsa".

6/10 people
20m · 30m

A delicious salad that can be a main course as well... A light dish for every day, healthy and nutritious! 

4/6 people
15m · 45m