Today’s blog is all about Greka Foods – an authentic, artisan producer of real, hearty Greek produce which is based on the owner’s family recipes, honoring the healthy Greek Mediterranean diet.

Greka was born out of our love for Greece: its land and its produce.

Founded in 2016 by the lovely couple Ian and Sofia, the team at Greka are experts in creating THE BEST authentic, all-natural Greek products that speak to everyone’s heart by utilising the best produce Greece has to offer.

Greka’s products are based on recipes passed through generations of Sofia’s family – from Sofia’s grandmother, to her mother, Georgia. Their recipe philosophy is simple – to allow superb ingredients to speak for themselves.

The desire to share their family’s authentically produced delicacies with us is pretty much their unique story; a story about exceptional produce, fresh ingredients and delicious flavours.

I was delighted to have received a gifted selection of Greka products from the lovely owner, Sofia, who suggested to review their award winning products, such as the handmade Tomato Sauces & Greek Honey.

Here’s a couple of Sofia’s personally recommended ingredient focussed dishes for both a Prawns and Meatball related dish;

1) Cumin Meatballs;

  • 4 Slices of White Bread
  • 100ml Water
  • 100ml Red Wine
  • 250g Minced Beef and 250g Minced Pork
  • 1 ½ tsp Ground Cumin
  • 1/2 tsp Greek Oregano
  • 3 Garlic Cloves
  • 100g of Plain Flour (for seasoning the Meatballs)
  • Vegetable oil for frying
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 1 Jar of Greka Tomato Sauce with Med Herbs.

2) Prawns Saganaki:

– 250g Raw King Prawns (cleaned and ready to use)
– 50g Feta Cheese (optional)
– 1 Jar of Greka Tomato Sauce with Feta
– Small bunch of Parsley
– Salt and Pepper.

At Greka, they offer an array of MUST HAVE essentials in your kitchen, ranging from the following:

– All natural products that support their family’s traditions and the quality principles of the Greek Mediterranean diet

– Products that are free from artificial flavours, colours, preservatives and sweeteners

– The flavours, tastes, and aromas that they themselves enjoy and share with their friends and family

– Exquisitely versatile products – their products can be enjoyed in a vast array of ways.

Here’s a few key call outs about Greka Foods, in case you didn’t know…

Healthy, low calorie sauces in a jar (bingo!)

– A range of tomato sauces that are vegetarian, vegan and gluten free

– Award winning with a Great Taste Award recognition.

Now for the good stuff… the best selling products for housing in your cupboard!

Tomato Sauce with Mediterranean Herbs, which was awarded a Great Taste Award in 2019

Tomato Sauce with Feta, which was awarded a Great Taste Award in 2019

Greka’s Handmade Pasta – Greeks make pasta but traditionally they make pasta using sheep’s milk, with the intention to give the pasta a really unique flavour. (Cooking time is approx 4 minutes).

– Greek Honey, naturally sourced which was also awarded a Great Taste Award.

Oh, and ending this blog piece with a sneak peek… Coming soon is Greka’s special Sour Cherry Spoon Sweet (Preserve), which had also previously won a Great Taste Award – so these guys know their sauces!

WHERE TO BUY:

Greka’s products are available through their own website http://www.grekafoods.com but also through the following exclusive farm shops for those who prefer a physical local shop experience if Cheshire based:

– Cheerbrook Farm shop – Nantwich

– The Hollies – Little Budworth

– The Hollies – Lower Stretton

– The Lambing Shed – Knutsford

– Cheshire Quality – Knutsford

– Betley Village Post Office & Shop

– The Rhug Estate Organic Farm – Corwen, Denbighshire.

Enjoy!

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