This Greek recipe shows you how to make vlitopita at home or Greek amaranth pita pie. Vlita or amaranth makes an excellent ingredient for vegetarian recipes. In this pita pie recipe I use puff pastry instead phyllo making it that much easier for cooks of any skill level. Try it today, love it forever…

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18 COMMENTS

  1. I love how simple this was. The nutmeg. Agreed. That little bit of something in the back really makes it. I love how you prepared this. Simple, aromatic and as much as I love garlic… you don’t need it in everything you cook to make it taste delicious!

  2. Γεια σου Κυριάκος🙋‍♀️
    Love πίτα
    Thank you for your lovely recipe that’s the way to go with puff pastry that’s what I always use
    Thank you
    Betty stay safe 🇬🇷🇦🇺🙏🙏🙏💚

  3. Hey Ken …..

    I made the two hour drive into Fremantle yesterday, as a small, family owned store advertised stocking Kefalotyri ( for a pastitsio ). The family is Italian, and amongst many other delights, they have extra-virgin olive oil, but it is Spanish ( I bought it ). They had no Kefalotyri, so I substituted Pecorini.

    Am I now on detention, or is there some form of penance that must be made?

    There is a Greek family owned store in the middle of Fremantle, and I visited in desperation, but they were out of stock of Kefalotyri as well.

    Dang! ….. I was practising your pronunciation of that blasted cheese all the way in, and when I finally I spat it out ( quite successfully ), the chick goes "What's that?". Bloody heathens huh?

    Anyhow, it's off again, to attempt sourcing Amaranth. That's not easy, when you may as well be living on the surface of Mars.

  4. Wow! Thanks for sharing your video!
    Looks so good!!!.
    Just subscribed to you.
    Please check out my channel to support each other on YouTube! Big Like to your channel! Keep it up! Stay connected!)!!

  5. Γειά σου Κυριάκο μπράβο σου με την ωραία πίτα που έφτιαξες μυρίζει Ελλάδα Πατρίδα χαιρετισμούς και ό Θεός να σε έχει πάντα καλά.🙋🇬🇷🇬🇷

  6. Hello,Ken
    This is so weird
    I grow Blita every
    Year in my garden
    Along with my everything else lol
    And I make this pita too 🤗 almost the same way,
    I add boiled zucchini and slice on top of Blita mix,
    And a little garlic,
    And a half hand of rice to suck any water from pita
    I love it
    And thank u so much to remind me of this pita
    I'm going to my freezer and take some Blita out and make it for tonight
    😘🤗🤗😊

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