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Popi @ Popi's Coking

“It’s all about having fun in the kitchen.”

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Hi, I’m Popi and welcome to my world in the kitchen. Here I show you my favorite dishes and baked goods. I love spending time in the kitchen, trying out new recipes and coming up with my own. Taking just a few ingredients and creating a dish or pastry feels like magic. So join me and let’s create some magic in our kitchens!

  • Greek Lentil Soup – Fakes
    Get ready to savor the rich heritage of Greek lentil soup, known as Fakes. This timeless dish has been enjoyed for generations. Each spoonful takes you on a culinary journey through history, allowing you to appreciate the tradition and wholesome goodness of this beloved soup. Greek lentil soup – fakes, is a traditional Greek dish… Read more: Greek Lentil Soup – Fakes
  • Easy No-bake Chocolate Pie
    Discover the simplicity of this Easy No-bake Chocolate Pie recipe—a perfect solution for a delightful dessert without the fuss. With only five ingredients, it’s a tasty delight, and the best part? No oven required! Ingredients You only need five ingredients: Digestive or Graham Crackers, Butter, Chocolate, Whipping or Heavy Cream and a pinch of salt.… Read more: Easy No-bake Chocolate Pie
  • Russian Salad – Salad Olivier
    Russian Salad is known by several names such as “Ensalada Rusa” or “Salad Olivier”. This simple salad was invented in the 18th century by Lucien Olivier and widely recreated throughout Eastern Europe. Over the course of the centuries, different regions of Eastern Europe have developed their own variations of this salad but few core ingredients… Read more: Russian Salad – Salad Olivier
  • Homemade Chocolate Buttons
    Satisfy your sweet tooth with homemade chocolate buttons – a super easy treat with just chocolate and your favorite toppings. Want a healthier option? Go for dark chocolate, toss in some nuts and dried fruits. Feeling festive? Add fudge bites and mini marshmallows. To make it crispy at room temperature, you can temper the chocolate,… Read more: Homemade Chocolate Buttons
  • Vanilla-filled saffron buns
    Vanilla-filled saffron buns seamlessly blend the essence of Swedish “lussekatter” with the comforting allure of cinnamon rolls. Crafting these flavorful saffron delights involves using a traditional “lussekattsdeg” (saffron dough), generously enriched with saffron, and filled with a luscious vanilla butter mixture. Historical Roots of Lussekatter-Saffron Buns As early as the 1600s, skilled bakers in Swedish… Read more: Vanilla-filled saffron buns
  • Portokalopita – Greek Orange Pie
    Have you ever tried Portokalopita, also known as Greek Orange Pie? If you’ve visited Greece, you’ve likely tasted this irresistible dessert. If not, you’ve missed out on something truly delicious. The name “Portokalopita” means “Orange Pie” in English, highlighting the special ingredient that gives this treat its unique flavor – oranges!  Usually, it’s served with… Read more: Portokalopita – Greek Orange Pie
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