Sweet Trahanas | Holy Monastery of Iviron – Mount Athos


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Mount Athos Sweet Trahanas 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.
Net Weight: 500gr

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Sweet Trahanas from the Holy Monastery of Iviron

Sweet Trahanas is a genuine product from Mount Athos. It is made according to the traditional recipe by the monks at the Holy Skete of Saint John the Baptist of Holy Monastery of Iviron. With pure raw materials and care, the monks make homemade pasta of excellent quality.

Mount Athos Sweet Trahanas: Nutritional Value

Mount Athos sweet trahanas is a pasta-treasure of Greek cuisine. It has great nutritional value and significant health benefits. Its high phosphorus content helps protect the body from osteoporosis. The carotenoid lutein it contains helps in the good health of the skin, eyes and heart.

Sweet Trahanas is a complete, delicious and nutritious meal. Especially in winter, it is an excellent choice for a delicious and healthy dish. Rich in vitamins, it stimulates the body, giving it energy. Cooked as a soup, trahanas softens the throat and strengthens the immune system. Furthermore, due to its high nutritional value, it is an excellent choice for the nutrition of patients and children.

You can use Mount Athos sweet trahanas and as accompaniment to meat. It accompanies perfectly chicken and beef. Try it in chicken soup and broth recipes and enjoy delicious and nutritious dishes.

Mount Athos Sweet Trahanas: Ingredients

Mount Athos Sweet Trahanas contains flour semolina 100%, 2 eggs per kilo, sheep milk, fresh butter.


Keep Mount Athos Trahanas in a dry and cool place.


Origin: Holy Skete of Saint John the Baptist, Holy Monastery of Iviron
Net Weight: 500gr

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Weight0.5 kg


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