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Dinner Dish: Greek Cooking Vacation - Ladolemono Sauce

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If you're cooking fish or any kind of meat and want to kick the dish up a notch, consider a sauce called Ladolemono, which hails from Chef Katerina's kitchen and our cooking vacation "Greek Cooking Odyssey."

Greek cooking class: ladolemono sauceLike most other Greek recipes, the ingredients in this sauce include olive oil as well as lemons and oregano. In fact, in a way, it's the Greeks version of lemon sauce and tastes much like a vinaigrette. Of this recipe, Chef Katerina says, "This is a sauce that we use almost every day! I always have a small jar of it, with a tight-fitting lid, in the fridge."

Ladolemono sauce ingredients
1 cup of olive oil
½ cup of lemon juice
½ tsp oregano
½ tsp sea salt
Ground fresh pepper
1 tsp water 

Combine the olive oil, lemon juice, oregano, salt, and pepper in a bowl and mix well with a fork. Then put it in a small jar and in the fridge.

Shake well before using as the oil separates when it rests. Use it on grilled fish, chicken, or meat!

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Greek cuisine is all about fresh ingredients. Learn more about the food of Poros Island, including more recipes, with our vacation "Greek Cooking Odyssey," which features four cooking classes as well as all meals.

By Liz Hall

"Dinner dish" is a blog series, where The International Kitchen discusses recipes and the history of particular regional foods. Have a food you want to learn more about? Contact us today.

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