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Cretan Barley Rusks Hatzis Bakery (400g)

Cretan Barley Rusks Hatzis Bakery (400g)

Traditional double baked barley rusks, handmade in the island of Crete from Hatzis Bakery at Chania.



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Barley rusks, the original Greek “paximadia” , is the basic ingredient for the famous Cretan “Dakos”, one of the quintessential small dishes to try when visiting Greece.

To make “dakos” at home, nestle a generous layer of ripe juicy grated tomatoes on a bed of crushed barley rusks. Top with feta chunks – use our feta cubes for conveniency -, lilliput capers, kalamata olives, oregano and drizzle with copious amounts of extra virgin olive oil. The flavour of this simple dish lies in the rusks soaking up the tasty tomato juices, very much like the Italian bruschetta or the Spanish pan con tomato. Together with the saltiness of feta & smooth olive oil silkiness, the combination of flavours captures the taste of Greek summer.

The bag contains approx 29 servings.


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Hatzis Bakery Cretan Barley Rusks (400g)

Products on offer can have a short shelf life. Please email us to request more information.

Storage Information

Keep in a cool and dry place away from sunlight and odours.


Whole-Grain Barley Flour (60%), Whole-Grain Wheat Flour, Rye Flour, Pomace Olive Oil, Rye Leaven (Rye Flour, Yeast, Water), Salt, Yeast, Water

Nutritional Information

Nutritional values per 100g
Energy 1662 KJ / 395 Kcal
Fat 8.6g
    of which Saturates 1.9g
Carbohydrates 59.0g
  &nbsp of which Sugars 3.2g
Fibre 15.0g
Protein 13.0g
Salt 1.40g

Dietary Information

Vegetarian Yes
Vegan Yes
Gluten Free Yes
Lactose Free Yes
Nut Free Yes
Egg Free Yes
Wheat and Derivate Free No
Not suitable for customers with an allergy to nuts, milk, egg, sesame seeds due to manufacturing methods.

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