I promised this recipe here.
I shamelessly teased you with a photo here.
And I’m finally posting it here!
Plus as bonus: Instructions for the cheese my mother is making at home! (See end of post).
Keftedakia (little meatballs) is yet another way we prepare the ground beef and/or pork.
(For a reminder of the other two delicious ways check here and here!)
It’s the final countdown (honestly, how awesome is this song?), not for one but for 2 things:
- My birthdayyyyyyyy in 2 days! Yeah, I’m THAT type of person…
- Holidays in Greece in 10 days! Home sweet home!! Beach sweet beach! Heat wave sweet heat wave! Blue sky, sweet blue sky! Food sweet food! I can go on doing this for a while…
Therefore, today I’m going to post a super-duper delicious dish and next week another one (amazing Greek keftedakia (round fried meatballs) are finally coming!).
And then I’m gonna say goodbye for some time. But I’ll give you a great, envy-inducing update once I’m back! 🙂
Let’s now proceed to this:
It’s taking me so long to post.
But it’s summer. We have a tan to attend to.
It’s sales period. We have shopping to do.
We’re still not on holidays. We have work to do.
I hope my excuses are enough. If not, take a piece of that:
I’m Greek. A lamb post was waaaay long overdue. (The Easter one does not count).