Galavante brings the world to you through food, where we are cooking a national dish from each country. Today we are in Albania, where it’s common to eat burek, a special pastry dish, and Tave Kosi, a traditional lamb, yogurt and rice dish. Albania has had a tumultuous history, which impacted the availability of food supplies, so if you were home with your family, your mother would sometimes make you pastice. Countries have their own versions of pastice, where in Greece it’s pastico, and in the US, it’s mac and cheese. This home cooked dish in Albania is made with spaghetti noodles, feta cheese, milk and eggs, and browned on top then cut into pie like slices to serve. Our version stays true to the original, except we had some toasted breadcrumbs on top, and go gluten free on the pasta.
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