Monastic Trahanas with Yoghurt | H.M. of Timios Prodromos

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Monastic trahanas with yoghurt is a complete, healthy and nutritious meal. Especially during winter, it is an excellent choice for stimulating the body. Try it plain, as a soup, but also as an accompaniment to meat.

 

Origin: Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos
Net Weight: 500gr

 

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Monastic Trahanas with Yoghurt from the H.M. of Timios Prodromos

Trahanas with yoghurt is a genuine monastic product. It is made according to the traditional recipe by the nuns at the Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos. With pure raw materials the nuns make homemade pasta of excellent quality. Traxanas and generally pasta are a principal part of Mediterranean diet, as it is quick to prepare and you can also combined it very easily with every ingredient or sauce you want, but most of all it helps promote a healthier way of diet. Keep in a dry and cool place.

Nutritional Value and Ingredients

Trahanas with yoghurt is a complete, delicious and nutritious meal. Especially in winter, it is an excellent choice for a delicious and healthy dish. Cooked as a soup, trahanas with yogurt softens the throat and strengthens the immune system. This frumenty with the monastic recipe is a treasure of Greek cuisine with great nutritional value and significant benefits for a healthier body. Is rich in carbohydrates and is also a source of fiber, which aids intestinal health. The lactobacilli in the yogurt  have a beneficial effect on the digestive tract, too. Frumenty contains protein, magnesium, iron, phosphorus and calcium in a form which the body can easily absorb. It also has carotenoids, such as lutein, a powerful antioxidant that works to prevent the harmful effects of free radicals. Monastic Trahanas with Yoghurt contains flour of durum wheat (contains gluten), semolina (contains gluten), yogurt (30%) of mixed sheep – goat milk and salt.

Method of Cooking

To make one portion bring to boil 500ml water with a little salt and half teaspoon butter. Add 100 gr. trahanas and stir. Boil on high heat and in approximately 10 minutes add a little milk. Let boil once and remove from heat.

 

 

Origin: Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos
Net Weight: 500gr

 

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Weight0.514 kg