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    Recipe #203304

    6 Reviews |  By Devora

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

    Recipe #196658

    Not an authentic recipe as it misses out the Teff flour. I made this version as I cannot find Teff anywhere!

    Recipe #184017

    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

    Borekas are savory or sweet pastries made with puff pastry and a variety of fillings. The shape of a boreka usually tells you what the filling is -- triangles for cheese, squares for potatoes, twists for spinach. They are found everywhere on the streets in Israel, often treated as if they were sandwiches. The vendor opens the boreka to add chopped eggs, tomatoes and tahini sauce to the filling (which I haven't listed below, though I do include a recipe for a side of Haminados eggs). He then presents it to you with pickles. The Haminados eggs are simply eggs hard boiled in water containing dried onion peels, salt and pepper, with the option of adding a tablespoon or two of coffee grounds or instant coffee. This imparts a brownish color and wonderfully subtle flavor, which won’t taste like either coffee or onions. At the Arab stalls, borekas are sold with a garnish of za’tar and salt. Whichever way you have them, plain or filled, they are totally irresistible. Recipe #178185 is a separate recipe for the Haminados Eggs (Sephardic Huevos Haminados) with variations for the crockpot and oven. Courtesy Anissa Helou.

    Recipe #178162

    This is from SaveurMagazine. Posted for ZWT 2006

    Recipe #174663

    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

    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

    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

    This is very "Israeli", When we were young students, my friend (Israeli of Tunisian parent), used to make this for us in the evening. Since then I make it for my family as a change to fried eggs.Tip: you can prepare a lot of the sauce (before eggs are added) and keep bottled in the fridge or freeze in parts and then it is ready for use. Can also be used cold as a side salad (w/out eggs!) yummy to soak up the hot sauce with fresh baguette.

    Recipe #148450

    5 Reviews |  By Maeven6

    This is a strong tea served in Israel and middle east. I am posting this at the request of my Eldest daughter who loves this Tea and was afraid of loosing the family recipe, such as it is.

    Recipe #145734

    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

    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

    3 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    This Sephardic recipe looks fabulous so I am submitting it for the Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #134681

    What can be better than shortbread with spiced tea or Turkish coffee? This is an untried recipe from Moosewood Collective that I am posting for Zaar World Tour 2005.

    Recipe #134298

    From the Time Life series of African cooking. This is traditionally served during Lent as a main course but can be served any time of the year as a side dish.

    Recipe #133096

    THE ubiquitous sauce of Morocco! Whether a version such as this one or simply thinned down tomato concentrate/paste it is everywhere. Made at home 2-5 times a week and more like 3-6 times at my home! We adore this sauce which is actually meant for dipping your bread into and then scooping up a piece of meat or veg. from the communal platter. It is also served with homemade french fries,poured into hot sandwiches and mixed into spaghetti/macaroni,rice. c.2005

    Recipe #130945

    I like creamy hummus, no chalky hummus for this girl! This is a slightly modified recipe from my favorite vegetarian book 1,000 Vegetarian Recipes. For enhanced flavor, use homemade tahini (see recipe #126641). The hummus must be prepared several hours in advance for best flavor. Do not substitute dried parsley for fresh.

    Recipe #126463

    This was adapted from a recipe on vegweb (http://vegweb.com/recipes/beans/3088.shtml), to incorporate more Ethiopian spices and use up a sweet potato I had on hand. It doesn't quite achieve the heights of my favorite Ethiopian restaurant, but it's quick, hearty and pretty tasty. Braver souls can substitute cayenne for some of the paprika

    Recipe #118932

    Another recipe from The Vegan Chef

    Recipe #109777

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