4 Reviews

yum I think is tastes so nice where did you get the recipe from ? or who did you get it from? it was very easy to make and it handled well. what sort wine do you suggest for it like with after noon tea.

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georgie powers September 26, 2001

Well Julesong, glad you never got around to altering this recipe, it's wonderful just the way it is, especially if you are a garlic lover like myself and family. The cooking mellows the garlic, try it, you might like it. Thanks for sharing. Lee

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Lee from New Mexico August 13, 2008

This is a very old recipe. It is kourambiedes and the clove is very important. It adds a lot to the cookie. You simply remove the clove before eating. We Greeks like to think it originated from us, but then the Lebanese and Turks think they own this recipe too. Nobody knows, but it melts in your mouth. I will have to submit my version of this cookie too.

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Greekgal June 21, 2006

aren't these cookies called ~ KOURAMBIEDES ?

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iLuv2cook 2 December 20, 2005
Greek Cookies