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Tsipouro Recipes

Liqueur Strawberry with Tsipouro

1 kg. ripe strawberries
1 κιλό τσίπουρο
4 cloves
1 nutmeg
1 cinnamon stick

In a large jar or a bowl place add all the ingredients together and place them sealed in the sun for 30-40 days without being opened while. After the opening day of the jar we drain our drinks passing it 3 times with a strainer. Then we hand out into bottles and put it in the fridge. After one day the liqueur is ready for consumption.

Risotto with bream and prawns

• 200 gr. risotto rice (Arborio ή Carnaoli)
• 30 ml olive
• 20 prawns Νο3
• 1 lt. White shrimp broth or chicken broth
• 40 ml Tsipouro
• 60 γρ. grated parmesan
• 1/2 onion, chopped
• 60 γρ. butter
• 2-3 sprigs of thyme
• salt, pepper

Place in a saucepan the oil to heat up. Then sauté the shrimp lightly with a little salt and pepper and remove. In the same oil saute the onion and then add the rice. Saute briefly and add the champagne. Then add slowly - slowly broth. Just before the rice is cooked, add the thyme. We finish cooking, remove from heat and add butter cubes and grated parmesan. Taste, add salt and pepper as needed and serve.

Ouzo Pavlides

Ouzo, our exclusively Greek alcoholic drink with a long tradition, has the characteristic aroma of anise and essential characteristic of it becoming the sweeter white that is well connected and in harmony with the blue of the Mediterranean.
Is the combination of aromatic plants and seeds combined with alcohol and water, distilled together in traditional copper pot stills and give us this unique spirit.

Each recipe separately, each combination of aromatic ingredients secret. The purpose of this unique spirit but common to unite people around a table, around a conversation around a feast, aim with the passage of time has become a tradition for the Greeks.
The family Pavlidis since 1920, with the utmost respect and love creates its own Ouzo claiming a deserved place in this tradition.

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