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Greek Strapatsada Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Often prepared "on the spot" and served for lunch or a light snack Strapatsada is a popular dish in many regions of Greece. Chopped or pureed tomatoes are cooked in a frying pan with olive oil and peppers until they become a thick sauce, beaten or whole eggs are then added and cooked in the tomato sauce. Feta cheese is optionally added just before turning off the heat and it's seasoned with oregano, thyme or other dried herbs. Click start and begin your day with this delicious dish and a fun a challenging food themed puzzle. Have fun!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 23/Nov/2017

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