Introduction to Greek easter cookies (koulouria pashalina)

Question. What are Greek easter cookies (koulouria pashalina)?
Answer. Koulouria pashalina are cookies traditionally made every year during Greek Easter holidays. Due to this batter consistency, they are shaped by hand, and glazed with egg wash prior to being baked. They are commonly eaten with coffee in the morning or afternoon usually after Easter fasting (traditionally fasting for 40 days).

Koulouria pashalina, how to make these Greek cookies


What you will learn from this lesson

  • Proper technique for mixing ingredients
  • Meringue consistency; stiff peak
  • Creaming butter


It took us about 6 trials to perfect this recipe. Trial #5 is shown in the video (members only), and the recipe shows trial #6. There might be one more trial, trail#7, to perfect this cookie.

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