Grape-Must Syrup Cookies

Moustokouloura

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Preparation info

  • Makes: about

    40

    cookies
    • Difficulty

      Medium

    • Ready in

      1 hr 40

Appears in

My Big Fat Greek Cookbook: Classic Mediterranean Soul Food Recipes

My Big Fat Greek Cookbook

By Christos Sourligas and Evdokia Antginas

Published 2019

  • About

A derivative of koulourakia and a very popular snack during grape harvest season, the word moustokouloura is derived from moustos (young wine) and kouloura (rounded twists). These grape-must cookies are made with petimezi, which is grape syrup taken from the juice of freshly pressed grapes before it’s made into wine. If you can’t find it at a local Greek market or bakery, you can easily make a comparable version with 100%

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