Tirokafteri (or tyrokefterí) is a spicy feta cheese dip, a staple mezé appetizer at any authentically Greek taverna. Bring that flavor to your own table with our Greek Cheesemonger's Tyrokafterí Mix, a Greek seasoning mix that's one of Sparoza’s whimsically-designed “Greek Cuisine Classics”. The conveniently stackable tubs contain a handcrafted mix of herbs and spices that lets you make up to 25 bowls of dip with each pack. Every tub comes with a simple recipe and, importantly, there are no preservatives, additives, artificial flavors nor colorants. Just great flavor kissed by the Greek sun! The pack is made from recycled carton for a sustainable, all-natural gift for any cook.
HOW TO USE IT
We love to add a teaspoon or two of this handcrafted mix to braised shrimp & mussels, tiropitakia cheese pies, and trahana soup. Make authentic tyrokafterí by blending with crumbled Greek feta cheese, strained Greek yogurt, organic extra virgin olive oil, and a few drops of red wine vinegar. Let it sit in your fridge for at least an hour - the longer it rests, the more powerful the flavors! You'll find the recipe on the pack.
INGREDIENTS & NUTRITION
Beetroot, black sesame seeds, coriander, ginger, hot pepper flakes, oregano, pepper flakes, peppercorns, sea salt, sweet paprika, tomato.
STORAGE: Store in a cool and dry place.
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There is a herb or spice combination for everybody in the Sparoza collection. Curious cook? Use the Greek Cuisine Classic line for an instant transfer to a Greece. Create cook? The 3 Handcrafted Cooking Blends will give you enough creative ideas for any salad, dish, and even sweets!
We chose Sparoza for the potent combination of fragrant, handcrafted blends and eye-catching design that characterize all their products. We also admire founder Effie Ekmetzoglou’s commitment to keeping her small business in the center of Athens during such challenging social and economic times.