Kalon Prama

This Lenten or vegan dessert is a twist to a recipe I used to make in the restaurant called Samali or Kalon Prama in Cyprus, which we offered to our clients after their meal free of charge.  The traditional recipe is a semolina cake flavoured with mastic and drenched in syrup.  Some blanched almonds are […]


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Ivy on January 31st, 2008

Kalon Prama means Nice Thing or Good Stuff and is the Cypriot name of this cake. The Greek name is Samali. I was meaning to make this for a long time now and there are a lot of Cypriot recipes I have still to record but kept postponing it as I kept making new recipes. […]


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