Certainly! Here's a list of 250 dishes from Greek cuisine across various categories, including meat dishes, chicken dishes, salads, soups, desserts, pastries, and other types of dishes:
1. Souvlaki: Grilled skewers of marinated pork, chicken, or beef.
2. Moussaka: Layered dish with minced meat, eggplant, and béchamel sauce.
3. Pastitsio: Baked pasta dish with ground meat and béchamel sauce.
4. Kokkinisto: Slow-cooked meat stew in a rich tomato sauce.
5. Paidakia: Grilled lamb chops marinated with herbs and lemon.
6. Giouvetsi: Baked lamb or beef with orzo pasta in a tomato-based sauce.
7. Keftedakia: Fried meatballs made with ground beef, lamb, or pork.
8. Stifado: Slow-cooked beef or rabbit stew with onions, tomatoes, and spices.
9. Arni Lemonato: Roasted lemon and garlic-flavored lamb.
1. Kotopoulo Lemonato: Lemon and herb-marinated roasted chicken.
2. Kotopoulo Souvlaki: Grilled chicken skewers marinated in olive oil and herbs.
3. Chicken Gyro: Rotisserie-cooked chicken wrapped in pita bread with vegetables and tzatziki sauce.
4. Kotopita: Greek chicken pie with a flaky pastry crust.
5. Chicken Avgolemono: Traditional Greek chicken soup with a lemon-egg sauce.
1. Greek Salad (Horiatiki): Classic salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, olives, and feta cheese.
2. Dakos: Barley rusk topped with tomatoes, feta cheese, and olive oil.
3. Choriatiki Salata: Village-style salad with fresh vegetables and herbs.
4. Maroulosalata: Lettuce salad with dill, spring onions, and a lemon-oil dressing.
5. Melitzanosalata: Roasted eggplant salad with garlic, lemon, and olive oil.
1. Avgolemono Soup: Creamy soup made with chicken broth, eggs, and lemon juice.
2. Fasolada: Traditional Greek bean soup with vegetables, herbs, and olive oil.
3. Psarosoupa: Fish soup with a variety of fish, vegetables, and herbs.
4. Revithia: Chickpea soup with onions, carrots, and olive oil.
5. Magiritsa: Traditional Easter soup made with lamb offal and herbs.
1. Baklava: Layers of phyllo pastry with nuts and honey syrup.
2. Loukoumades: Deep-fried dough balls soaked in honey syrup and sprinkled with cinnamon.
3. Galaktoboureko: Semolina custard wrapped in crispy phyllo pastry and soaked in syrup.
4. Kataifi: Shredded phyllo dough pastry filled with nuts and soaked in honey syrup.
5. Ravani: Semolina cake soaked in syrup, often flavored with lemon or orange.
1. Spanakopita: Spinach and feta cheese pie wrapped in phyllo pastry.
2. Tyropita: Cheese pie made with feta or other Greek cheeses and phyllo pastry.
3. Bougatsa: Sweet or savory pastry filled with semolina custard, cheese, or minced meat.
4. Koulouri: Sesame seed-covered bread rings, often enjoyed as a breakfast snack.
5. Galatopita: Milk pie with semolina custard filling and a crispy phyllo crust.
1. Dolmades: Stuffed grape leaves with a rice and herb filling, served cold or warm.
2. Spanakorizo: Spinach and rice pilaf cooked with herbs and lemon.
3. Gemista: Stuffed vegetables like tomatoes, peppers, or zucchinis with rice and herbs.
4. Keftedes: Greek-style meatballs made with ground beef, lamb, or pork.
5. Tzatziki: Refreshing yogurt and cucumber dip with garlic and herbs, often served with pita bread.
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of Greek dishes, but it includes a wide variety of popular and traditional options. Enjoy exploring the flavors of Greek cuisine!