Greek Souvlaki can be the perfect outdoor dish, or cooked indoors as appetizers, main dishes, and snacks. These skewers can be made with meat, seafood, and vegetables.
Souvlaki is part of the Greek experience. By far the most popular “fast” food in Greece, they are relatively inexpensive and are a quick and satisfying lunch or dinner. This recipe brings the flavors of Greece to your home.
Souvlakia, chunks of meat on little skewers, are a favorite in Greece, and this version with lamb is a tasty meze to accompany spirits or pre-dinner beverages. This recipe calls for three days of marinating, and cooking on the fourth day, so plan ahead. The end result is worth it.
Chunks of tender beef grilled on skewers with slices of onion, tomato, and green pepper.
Greek “souvlaki” (grilled kebabs) comes in all varieties and swordfish is the perfect fish to add to your outdoor menu. Swordfish is a dense white fish that doesn’t fall apart on the grill, and favorite Greek tastes of bay leaves, tomatoes, and peppers or citrus turn this into a colorful and delicious dish.
Skewers of grilled summer vegetables make an easy and delicious side dish to serve with other grilled foods. Pick your vegetables of choice and fire up the grill.
Souvlaki – skewers of meat (with or without vegetables)- are favorites for indoor and outdoor grilling. This recipe includes green and red peppers, onions, and tomatoes, and we’re cooking outside for a cookout or outdoor party.