By Pali's Favorites on August 10, 2010
"When I would visit palestine during the summers, we would walk down the street to our favorite restaurant Samer's in the morning and get a plate of msabbha to go along with our fresh falafel and pickles. Along with a cup of tea this is a great dish that works great for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!!"
Serving Size: 1 (456 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"This was extremely good and the recipe I have been searching for!! I used homemade tahini sauce rather than plain tahini like they do here: http://humus101.com/EN/2007/09/26/everything-you-need-to-know-about-msabecha-plus-recipes/#more-77. I used an tasty organic roasted tahini, an unrefined extra virgin olive oil. Poor quality canned hummus (ground chickpeas/little tahini) which you add freshly squeezed lemon and garlic to since I only had 1 can whole chickpeas which I rinsed and boiled until softer. I will post the tahini sauce recipe I used with this as I think that is what made it the best. I will make this the same way again with and a better quality hummus. Made for Ramadan Tag 2010."