The queen of taste, the black olive owes a lot to the Greek fertile earth which gifts it a superb light buttery taste, features in many pastry recipes.

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Χωρίς σχόλια on Elioti – Olive Roulade

  1. Ο/Η Peter M λέει:

    I always look forward to my mom’s olive bread and a Cypriot friend first taught her how. We also use Throumpes which are also my favourite olive.

  2. Ο/Η Ivy λέει:

    Shall post the olive bread much later on, I usually do it during lent. This recipe is not so bready.

  3. Ο/Η George λέει:

    A very tasty pie. One of my favourites. I’m looking forward for one of those next week.

    By the way, my birthday cake was delicious. Thank you.

  4. [...] chose to make  sweet Roulades, also called Swiss roll.  Roulades can be sweet as well as savoury.   The second most common form of roulade consists of sponge cake or cake baked in a flat pan [...]

  5. [...] is a Greek Olive bread, and Olive Bread Sticks, Cypriot Eliopitakia (small olive pies) and Cypriot Elioti, an olive roulade.  The only thing new to the ingredients used this time, is the garlic.  As I [...]

  6. [...] Elioti (Olive pie rolls) : 1, 2, 3 (or 1, 3, 6 on mixer) [...]

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