Dakos refers to Cretan barley rusks, also called "Cretan owl" named after the round rusks that resembles the head of an owl.

Dakos which is a Cretan Meze is also called Koukouvayia and is often called Greek Bruschetta

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Andere /Weitere Definition:

Dakos is a food from Crete, Greece which is served as a starter/appetizer made of  chopped tomatoes and a Cretan tangy salted white cheese called Xinomyzithra sprinkled with oregano and spread on top of a thick Cretan barley rusk that has been moistened with a little water, then liberally doused with extra virgin olive oil


List of books: Dakos