This is that white dip you see at Greek restaurants.This recipe is one of my favorites.My husband and I always order it when we are eating at a Greek restaurant. My kids love it and eat it with pita bread. You can eat it with vegetables, crackers, pretty much anything. It is sometimes referred to as Greek Penicillin. If one of us ever get a cold we will eat some of this. It’s delicious!

Skordalia Ingredients:
6 pieces of garlic
1 cup of breadcrumbs
Juice from 1 lemon
2 teaspoons of vinegar
1 cup of olive oil

Crush the garlic until it has almost purried. Wet the bread crumbs with some water and add them to the mashed garlic along with some salt. Slowly add the oil, the lemon and the vinegar interchangeably and as you are mixing. Mix the skordalia until it gets as soft as you like it to be. Note that some instead of bread or bread crumbs use mashed potato. To do so mash the potato with some oil but don’t use milk or butter; after the potatoes have cooled down start adding them to the garlic by following the above instructions.