Recipe by Kenmore featured chef, Cat Cora
"Galataboureko is a sweet Greek treat made with a semolina custard layered into phyllo dough, and soaked with a simple lemon syrup."
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1 (16 ounce) package
phyllo dough, thawed
unsalted butter, melted
Wonderful recipe. I did take the advice of one of the others who rated this and increased the sugar to 1 3/4 cups. I also increased the semolina (Cream of Wheat Cereal) to 3/4 cup, increased eggs to 5 and vanilla to 1 teaspoon. It was outstanding! (I actually combined 3 different recipes using this as the basic. It was wonderful!!
It really had a good flavor and I received many compliments from people who had never eaten anything similar. I found that baking for 45 minutes was too long. I checked on it after 40 minutes and the filling looked a bit curdled and the top was pretty brown. I will check my oven temperature before making this again. If I find my oven is accurate, I will reduce the baking time.
Made this recipe as stated, only I used 5 eggs plus increased the sugar from 200g to 250g and because I've not heard or ever seen "Phylo" dough (is it an American thing?), used Fillo pastry instead.
Sweetness was just right - not bland or too sweet. The mixture turned out like custard, and tended to spill out when cutting up the pie. Maybe this has to do with using delicate Fillo pastry instead of dough?
Overall, the taste was very good. I didn't make the sauce but just sprinkled the top with icing sugar which was ok. Next time I'll just be trying to make the mixture a bit more thick so it doesn't spill.
Absolutely fantastic--best I've had since I was in Greece! The only thing I might try differently next time is to add a strip of orange rind to the syrup; this was how I learned to make it, along with a bit of orange zest added to the filling (scant teaspoon, no more). This is the recipe I lost 15 years ago--glad to have it back!!
This was absolutely delicious! My boyfriend said that it was perhaps the best dessert I ever made. I made it exactly as stated except that I put the juice from the whole lemon in,instead of just half of a lemon. We ate it cold. The lemon was not overpowering, but just right. I was worried that the "syrup"on top would be too watery and ruin it, but it was exactly perfect. Without it, the recipe would not have been so good. I am going to make it for our upcoming Easter dessert for two dinners.
I liked this but my husband and brother didn't. I think it's one of those love or hate recipes. I added more sugar. May make less next time if I'm the only one eating it. Darn, I was excited about this one.
(FYI- I liked this way better cold. If you like custard or flan-like textures, you will probably like this.)
Wonderful, really authentic in flavor. Increase the sugar though for more Western tastes, I'd say increase it to 1 3/4 cups to 2 cups sugar if you plan on feeding it to people who didn't grow up eating it.
great and easy recipie to make ..came out great.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Milk Pie, Galatoboureko
Serving Size: 1/18 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 18
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 163
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