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Glyko

Preserved fruit is popular worldwide.  In Cyprus we serve 'Glyko' or spoon sweets as usually as an acompaniment to Coffee or water.  Water is always necessary when eating Glyko, some people dip the fruit in to remove any excess syrup, some like to drink the syrupie water once they have finished the fruit.



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Picked Walnuts in Syrup. (Method 1)

Picked Walnuts in Syrup. (Method 1)

1¼ kilo fresh green Walnuts 1¼ kilo sugar 3 glasses of water 3 sachets of vanilla 1 tsp lemon juice Few blanched almonds (optional)   Use the tenderest ones you can find, the older they are the harder they tend to be. They are best picked when they just come out. Wash the walnuts...
   
Picked Walnuts in Syrup. (Method 2)

Picked Walnuts in Syrup. (Method 2)

I use about 2-3 kilos of fresh green walnuts for this and about 2-3 kilos of sugar.  Use tender fresh green walnuts; the older they are the harder they tend to be. They are best picked when they are fresh. To prepare the walnuts: Thinly Peel outer skin but you should wear gloves for this if...
   
Glyko Kitromilo

Glyko Kitromilo

10 Seville oranges, washed. Juice of 2 lemons 2 kg sugar 1 glass of water Vanilla essence or vanilla sugar (Optional)   You will also need a piece of cotton thread and a needle to thread the oranges   Grate the Seville oranges with a fine grater or a lemon zester, whatever is easier for...
   

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