winning recipes. So check back this week as I post each of the five winning
recipes in the following categories: breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and
First up, breakfast!
having submitted a recipe I had never, ever, EVER heard of in my life. But it’s
kinda fun to say. Stapatsada!
This is a yummy breakfast recipe from Greece, where Vicky lives. (How awesome is it that we have Foodies, everywhere?)
- 1 teaspoonful of olive oil
- 1/2 tomato finely chopped
- 1/2 green pepper finely chopped
- 50 gr feta cheese (1/4 c. for us non-metric using Americans!)
- Pepper, to taste
In a non-stick frying pan heat the
olive oil with the green pepper until soft (2-3 minutes). (Nik-note: I’d set a
pan over medium heat, allow it to get hot [2-ish minutes] then add olive oil.)
about 5 minutes.
with the feta cheese crumbled.
pepper to taste (no need to add salt as feta is quite salty), turn off heat and
let stand for another 5 minutes. It will continue to cook.
Foodie-Judge had to say about why this was a winning recipe:
this dish a fantastic rustic flavor…and while I would have probably added a
tiny bit of salt (not recommended in the recipe) they flavors were fabulous
together. I also chose this recipe because 90% of the time when I choose to
prepare an actual breakfast and not a breakfast drink, I am the only person who
will eat said breakfast.
me. I started out with half of the finished portion (as the recipe said it was
filling) but I found that the full portion with a couple slices of tomato was
just the right size for me. No leftovers!
had to prepare the dish they were considering. Here’s Shannon’s Strapatsada.