How to cook an impressive Greek meal

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hey guys

in this instructable i will be teaching you how to prepare a delicious greek meal. it is quite easy to make, but it takes a lot of time and patience. ive loved this when i was a just little kid and i still do. my mom learned me how to make it and now im going to teach you.

i hope you enjoy it just as much as i do. have fun and enjoy!
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Step 1: Ingredients

Picture of Ingredients
obviously, this is what you'll need to make the food


- 600 gram beef
- 500 gram rice
- 200 gram feta cheese
- 125 ml bouillon
- 200 ml yoghurt
- 2 cloves of garlic
- 4 tomatoes
- 2 yellow paprika's
- 1 cucumber
- 1 lettuce
- 1 small can of tomato puree
- 2 teaspoons of chili powder
- 1 tablespoon of oregano
- 3 tablespoons of olive oil
- 1 tablespoon of vinegar
- 1 tablespoon of wine
- 1 or 2 tablespoons of mint (you'll need 1 tablespoon of mint or the tzatziki and if you like you can put 1 tablespoon of mint in the food)
- salt
- pepper
sabu.dawdy1 year ago
i like this
NorthWind3 years ago
I think something got lost in translation.

"my mom learned me how to make it" should be "My mom taught me how to make it"

Not nit-picking, just trying to be constructive.

Thanks for the 'ible.
sunshiine4 years ago
This looks very good! Thanks for sharing.
eiroukaki4 years ago
yes guy what the hell is that im greek and i have never tasted this food in my whole life
ilias7 years ago
guys I will disappoint you but i am Greek, i live in greece all my life but i never show this food. also,it's not sadziki, it's jajiki. and you have to try "gyro" it's very delicious.
FrozenFire 99 (author)  ilias6 years ago
i know gyro and it's really good. i think that we all mean the same thing when we say jajiki, sadsziki or tzatziki. i guess it's just the language. it's like country names, they are called different in different languages.
you are right man.
FrozenFire 99 (author)  ilias6 years ago
i know xD
bruno130696 years ago
You call them "Paprikas". In North America, we call them "Bell Peppers". I like your use of yellow peppers, with the red tomatoes and green lettuce. It's an inexpensive way to colorfully brighten a dish! Nice recipe. I'll have to try this sometime. :)
FrozenFire 99 (author)  bruno130696 years ago
thanks! i absolutely have no idea how you call them in america, because i live in the netherlands. i just looked up some of the ingedients in my dictionary.
Storm9507 years ago
Ahh I love Greek food, I go there every year. I love: Sadsziki, Euro souvlaki, chicken souvlaki, Octopus, Kalamari (squid), Spaghetti naepoliti, not really Greek but still YUMMY!
wildo7 years ago
Looks great! How do you use the lettuce, though? Do you mix it with the cucumber sauce like a salad, or does the whole plate get mixed together?
FrozenFire 99 (author)  wildo7 years ago
you just need to cut the lettuce and then mix it with some olives and dressing. i never mix everything together, but you can do so if you want to.
Thanks for the response!
FrozenFire 99 (author)  wildo7 years ago
no problem. i'll try to answer any question
Looks great! Good instructable, easy to follow. I think I'm making that for supper tonight.
tentacle7 years ago
Oooh looks tasty!
Greek food is fantastic. Wonderful beautiful food from lovely Greek isles.
I'm gonna have to try this my self.
sedition7 years ago
Wow, looks really good. I know what I'm having for dinner! Off to Google to convert! Great job!