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Fanouropita easy recipe




Fanouropita pie is a traditional Greek pie to imress you and your visitors


Fanouropita - A traditional pie dedicated to Saint Fanourios
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Total preparation time: 15 minutes, plus baking time

Quantity this recipe will make: About 24 squares

List of Ingredients:
3 cups flour
1 cup sugar
¾ cup olive oil
½ cup orange juice
½ cup brandy
½ cup raisins (or crushed walnuts)
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. clove powder
backing powder


Preparation Instructions:

Mix all the ingredients in a mixer.
Grease a pan with olive oil and spread on it a little sugar and flour.
Pour the mixture into the greased pan.
Bake in medium oven for about an hour.

(something i found on the net: According to custom, the ingredients should be either 7 or 9.
Women in Skopelos make this pie once a year, on the eve of Saint Fanourios name day, every 26th of August. They bring their pies to the church of Saint Fanourios, where the priest blesses them with a nice ceremony. After the Mass, the pies are cut and everybody is welcome to taste them.

This is a really interesting custom, so if you happen to be on Skopelos this day, do not forget to visit one of the 3 churches of Saint Fanourios which exist here, to watch the ceremony and taste the different pies. The Mass begins at about 19.00')
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