Methista

Question. What are Methista koulouria?
Answer. Methista are soft and chewey cookies traditionally made in the region of Korinthos, Greece. They are made with one of the most popular anise-flavoured alcoholic drink called ouzo.


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Tips, tricks and info on how to make Methista Koulouria

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Nutritional information

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Recipe directions

  • Pour the oil into some flour
  • Add the leavener in the ouzo and mix well.
  • Add the sugar and the water, specified in the recipe.
  • Add the /ouzo mixture into the flour mixture.
  • Add the vanilla powder and begin to knead.
  • Next, we will be adding more flour in order to get the desired dough consistency.
  • You know you have added enough flour when the dough stops sticking to the container.
  • Knead the dough for 20 minutes either by hand or using a bread machine.
  • Before shaping the cookies, apply a bit of oil onto your hands. Do not sprinkle any flour on the table.
  • While making the cookies, cover dough with plastic wrap to avoid the dough from developing a skin.

NOTE: If this Greek recipe is of interest to you, you may watch our video with step by step instructions and precise ingredient amounts. Methista koulouria video

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