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Patatato
Patatato is the most famous traditional dish in Amorgos. It is made with goat, red sauce and potatoes. It is prepared usually in religious feasts, weddings and special occasions and it is really a mouthwatering dish!

Stuffed goat in the oven
The traditional Easter dish, also known as “Psito tis Labris”, is made with stuffed goat with rise, viscera, dill and rosemary, cooked in the traditional ovens. One of the island’s local delicacies for meat lovers.

Aubergine of Amorgos
A special summer dish found at most taverns throughout the island. The dish is made with fried aubergines that are put in a baking pan in layers among which a tomato sauce with cinnamon, cloves, onion and garlic are laid together with the sour and soft ksinomizithra cheese.

Ksidato
It is a kind of soup made with goat, viscera and garlic served in traditional feasts. And of course vinegar, as Ksidato in Greek means “with vinegar”. Ksidato is mostly served after the wedding day to relatives and friends of the couple in order to smooth the stomach ache after the reception’s eating & drinking.

Kserotigana
A delicious sweet made with dough that is ply cut, folded and then fried. Honey, cinnamon and sesame are added on top. Kserotigana is mostly a Christmas sweet and a typical, indispensable treat for weddings along with pasteli.

Pasteli
In Amorgos pasteli sweet is made with honey, sesame but the result is softer than the usual pasteli and also has a small dose of cumin. It is served on a lemon leaf which contributes in the final, unique flavor.


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