Bouyiournti Tomato and pepper spread with katiki cheese. (250gr.)
The word Bouyiourntí originates from the Turkish and means written authorization of the dignitary of the Ottoman Empire and even today it still means “official document”.
In Greek the Bouyiourntí is used for a delicacy that can be as “spicy” as the document mentioned above.
We produce Bouyiourntí with Katiki cheese (Katiki Domokou) as this is a well-known product of the surrounding area. Katiki Domokou is a fresh cheese made from goat’s milk or from a mixture of goat’s and sheep’s milk.
Ideal as a starter, a spread or a dip for vegetables sticks or cheese sticks.
Katiki cheese (PDO), tomato, red sweet peppers, extra virgin olive oil, vinegar, garlic, spices, salt