Monday, 27 April 2009

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Although Greek Easter is over, it’s not too late to present you the traditional Easter bread, called “tsoureki”. This delicious sweet bread is topped with almonds or sesame seeds, and usually includes a traditional red egg.
In Greece we always serve tsoureki with the Easter meal, but all the children try it with their cup of milk in breakfast. Its ingredients are: flour, yeast, butter, sugar, eggs, mahlepi (spice) or mastic, milk, sesame seeds or sliced almonds, hard boiled dyed red eggs.This bread is traditionally prepared with an essence drawn from the seeds of a Mediterranean spice, called mahlepi, which makes the kitchen smell delicious. Sometimes tsoureki is used as gifts for special occasion, for instance, it can be given as an Easter gift. Written by Teo, A3 class
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10 comments:

  1. A fantastic video Teo. Love the music. The bread looks delicious as well.

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  2. Liked the red egg and the musie and like the way you made it . by Joseph Rumford - st lukes
    school England

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  3. Hello there! I love your video and how you were making this Easter bread. It looks very tasty and yummy too!
    Wish you the best!
    From
    Suna - St Luke's school- England.

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  4. I liked your video and music and the bread you cooked looks nice.

    By Nicole St Luke's School England

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  5. Kevin Davidson Jr.28 April 2009 at 14:09

    What country is this? France? Germany? Or Netherlands? Anyway excellent video guys!

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  6. I am eating right now tsoureki as i watch your video.
    Cyprus
    Thanks for the video it was fantastic

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  7. That is very interseting. I enjoyed this video so very much. Can you make another video for me? Thank you and I will see you soon.

    Jack Gray - St Lukes School England

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  8. good video :) I like the step by step guide
    dan St Luke's School England

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  9. I wanted to know why do you put a red egg in the middle and I found this :
    http://translate.google.com/translate?client=tmpg&hl=fr&u=http%3A%2F%2Fen-direct-dathenes.over-blog.fr%2Farticle-30313647.html&langpair=fr|en

    Thank you for that symbol !

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  10. Your school is nice and your cake looks yummy

    Ryan gandiya, St Luk's School England

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