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    1 Reviews |  By byZula

    Another tasty looking dish.

    Recipe #183697

    A very spicy lentil stew. All of the ingredients (except the berebere mix) are easily varied- that is, I suspect that substituting chicken for tofu, or using fresh instead of stewed tomatoes, would probably not make a huge difference for good or ill.

    Recipe #179944

    This is an American adaption for Ethiopian Flat bread from "Extending the Table". I found this easy to make though it took a little time. Well worth it for the fun of an African finger-food meal... and tasty too! For more authentic Injera, add 1/2 c. teff flour and reduce whole wheat flour to 1/4 c. (NOTE: Use multiple frying pans to quicken the cooking task)

    Recipe #52964

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    This tangy dip was made with goat or sheep's cheese, but you can substitute more readily available soft cheeses and add a little more lemon zest to simulate the original.

    Recipe #38826

    2 Reviews |  By byZula

    Yummy!! Easy, tasty and not overly sweet. Great for sandwiches or to just eat plain. I've always liked sweet things, so for some people you may want to use a little less honey. This is my new fav!!

    Recipe #183019

    Tej is a wine made from fermented honey and a special kind of hops called gesho. It is similar to mead, this is a shorcut way to make it. Ethiopians believe tej was the wine used for a toast between the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon. from what4eats.com For zaar world tour 2006!

    Recipe #169456

    Charoset is served at the Passover seder. This recipe is from koshercooking.com. Yield is a guesstimate.

    Recipe #88072

    I was chewing the fat (literally, it's Chanuka-time now and we eat a lot of fried foods on this holiday) with one of the bank managers at work, and she gave me this recipe for the doughnuts traditionally eaten on Chanuka in Yemen (or by Yemenites all over the world). I tried them out last night, and they are really good. If you are expecting an airy, light pastry, forget it! These are hearty, good for breakfast, wonderfully chewy doughnuts. Prep time includes dough rising time.

    Recipe #48369

    6 Reviews |  By Devora

    This flavorful rice is a good accompaniment to any Middle Eastern meal.

    Recipe #196658

    i need a nut free charoset this year, our new s-i-l is severely allergic. i found this recipe online, i hope he enjoys it.

    Recipe #163723

    7 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Very simple but good.

    Recipe #13442

    These are absolutely delicious batter-fried apple rings dusted with cinnamon sugar! Apparently they're more typically served at breakfast, but I think they're perfect with ice cream or a slice of cheddar cheese for a fall snack.

    Recipe #101936

    21 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This kosher salad was posted for the World Tour 2005 RecipeZaar event. The source is The Hadassah Jewish Holiday Cookbook - Traditional Recipes from Contemporary Kosher Kitchens. DH and I love the flavors of this simple salad. The fresh herbs really make this dish. As a bonus, it's also a South Beach diet friendly dish.

    Recipe #135390

    2 Reviews |  By Maxxr

    This is from "Gatherings", a professional quality recipe book published by the parents of Netivot HaTorah Day School in Thornhill, Ont.

    Recipe #176791

    Just like my MIL makes.

    Recipe #218788

    This is from SaveurMagazine. Posted for ZWT 2006

    Recipe #174663

    It's been generations and generations that prepared this traditional Shabbat dish... Since Jews came back to the Holly Land it's been upgraded and local flavors and colors took charge. We call it Tshulnt. Here's an easy full of taste Low Fat recipe for a great Chamin / Tshulnt (Cholent).

    Recipe #151557

    From Norene Gilletz cookbook MealLeaniYumm. I always try to post recipes that are for everyone, and not just for a select group of people. This is a really hearty soup, and it is so amazing.

    Recipe #169210

    Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Oranges and bananas are a great combo, and I like the idea of adding some sweet red wine to a fruit salad! From The Jewish Vegetarian Year Cookbook. Have not tried this recipe yet.

    Recipe #134914

    7 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is something I discovered when I moved here, I always make a batch every Chanukah.

    Recipe #15203

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