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Glyko Stafyli

Difficulté : Easy
Catégorie : Sweet
Cout : Low cost
After my trip to Greece, I have a lot of recipes in mind that I want to share with you! Here, a simple one of grapes cooked in sugar that gives something between jam, compote and fruit in syrup. It’s a real treat with a very thick Greek yogurt. I had eaten this on the last day of my stay. If I had known I was going to like it so much, I would have eaten it from the start. It was so good. Anyway, I got my revenge, because I made plenty at the workshop to post on my cooking blog! 

Recipe for 1kg of glyko stafyli :
  • 1kg of seedless white grapes
  • 500g of sugar
  • 150ml of water
  • 1 lemon slice

For this recipe, use seedless white grapes. 

Detach them from their clusters and rinse them in cold water.

Place them in a saucepan with the sugar.

Pour in the water and place the lemon slice on top.

Bring to a boil.

Let cook for almost an hour over moderate heat.

Stir from time to time.

The syrup will take a beautiful color.

Stop the heat when the syrup thickens a little. Be careful not to make it too thick either, because as it cools it will get even thicker. Let cool and store in a jar.

With Greek yogurt, especially the thicker strangisto, it’s a delight!

Serve the yoghurt chilled with the glyko stafyli available. Be careful, it goes very fast ! 

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