Pastichia

Ivy on Δεκεμβρίου 16th, 2009

Pastitsia is a version of Amygalota, which means that this is a coookie with almonds.  It has almost the same same ingredients as a macaron or a macaroon and is crunchy outside, soft inside and chewy. These cookies used to be the traditional confection offered at engagements in Cyprus and weddings in many parts of […]

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