​Groats with Mushrooms (300 g)


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The flour used to “Mythic Gaea” products, is made from Greek cereals.

The traditional farmers rely on crop rotation (rotation crops for harvest), crop residues, fallow, manure and mechanical cultivation to control weeds.

Traditional farming is often associated with practices, such as Fair Trade, reduced emissions of carbon dioxide and environmental management.

The production of flour and products derived therefrom takes place only in small certified organic manufacturing units. There producers implement only traditional recipes and production methods. In these small farms only organic raw materials treated and observe strictly the rules of modern food processing science.


Groats with mushrooms and spices


300g groats with mushrooms

1 red pepper sliced

1 onion chopped

1 green pepper sliced



1/2 teaspoon ground coriander

1/4 teaspoon paprika

1 garlic clove, crushed

3-4 tablespoons olive oil


Boil 500 ml of salted water and add the groats with mushrooms. Allow to boil for a while, turn off the heat and leave the pan on the stove until the groats swell and absorb all the liquid. Sauté in olive oil the chopped onion, garlic and sliced peppers.

Add the salt, pepper and the spices.

Add all these to the pot with the groats and mushrooms.

Groats with mushrooms and cranberries


300 gr groats with mushrooms

250 ml chicken broth

5-6 saffron fibers (saffron)

3 tablespoons dried cranberries

2-3 scallions

1 tablespoon butter



Place the bulgur in a bowl, cover it with water and let stand for 5 minutes.

Rinse the groats and place in colander to drain. Cut the scallions into slices. Heat the broth, add the saffron fibers, add the groats in stock, the cranberries and the salt and cook until bulgur absorbs the liquid, stirring periodically.

Just before withdrawing the bulgur from heat, add the scallions.

Remove from heat, cover with a towel and let the groats rest for 5 minutes.

The groats can be individually served, as a salad or as side dish to meat, poultry or fish. It fits perfectly with sour and spicy flavors.

Stir and serve.

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