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The Best Greek Comfort Foods You Should Try

Comfort foods are great when you need a little pick-me-up. When it comes to Greek comfort foods, there are many that you should try! The best Greek comfort foods will bring you a taste of comfort in a brand-new way.



Sliced eggplant, sliced potatoes, and ground beef or lamb comprise moussaka’s main components. The layered casserole typically includes roasting or lightly frying the eggplant and potatoes. Ground meat is commonly cooked with onions, garlic, tomatoes, and a spice blend. Some Greek chefs like to include zucchini in the mixture, as well.


The eggplant, potatoes, and ground meat layers are then covered in a creamy béchamel sauce and baked until golden. Moussaka is a hearty dish that can be comforting on a cold day. It is often served with warm bread and a light salad.



Keftedakia, known alternatively as Greek meatballs, is like a warm blanket on a chilly day. Greeks craft these bite-sized meatballs with ground beef or lamb, onions, breadcrumbs, eggs, and a mixture of herbs and spices. After rolled into balls, the mixture is fried or baked and served with tzatziki sauce. Sometimes Keftedakia is used as a salad topping or a filling for pita bread sandwiches. The versatile comfort food is a fan favorite!



Giouvetsi is a meat and pasta dish that soothes the soul. It is made with ground beef or lamb and orzo pasta with tomato sauce. When cooking, the heart comes first; the beef or lamb is combined with onions and garlic, and tomato sauce is added. A spice mixture creates a delicious flavor profile, and the pasta is added to the dish until tender. After cooking, Giouvetsi is topped with cheese and placed in the oven until the cheese melts and bubbles. The result is a satisfying comfort dish that can be hard to forget!



Gemista is Greek stuffed vegetables. The vegetables most commonly used for this dish include hollowed-out tomatoes, bell peppers, zucchini, and eggplant. Vegetables are sealed with rice and herbs, and the tops are placed back on top before baking. The result is a tasty vegetarian option served as a main course or side dish. 

Whether you’re a vegetarian or a vegetable lover seeking comfort food, this dish will not disappoint. For a bonus, consider pairing it with tzatziki sauce or a slice of crusty bread!


Are You Ready to Try Greek Comfort Foods?

If any of the best Greek comfort foods sound appetizing to you, it may be time to try them! Krasi is an ideal location for your first foray into Greek foods. Come visit for a meal you’ll want again and again.

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