The Spice Merchant’s Arancini

 
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March 18th 2015By Alessandra Rovati

Arancini (“little oranges”) are one of the most beloved examples of Southern Italian “street food”. Perfect to recycle risotto leftovers, they consist of meat- or cheese-stuffed rice balls coated with breadcrumbs and deep-fried. Arancini are very similar to a specialty found in Naples and Rome, suppli’ – more elongated tomato risotto croquettes filled with mozzarella. Arancini are said to have originated in 10th century Sicily, which at the time was under Arab rule ( an experience which is still reflected in the island’s food, particularly the decadent desserts). So I thought it would be fun to combine them with another famous Sicilian dish, Caponata (now available ready made from Sabra) which, like the saffron, highlights a different influence on the Sicilian cuisine, that of Spain. Add some cumin, mint, and a the unique rich flavor of lamb, and you have a dish that is at the same time authentically Italian and reminiscent of North Africa and the Middle East. Buon appetito!

 

Tahini Olive Oil Cake

 
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March 19th 2015By Melinda Strauss

 

Spicy Turkish Tilapia

 
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March 16th 2015By Sina Mizrahi

This super easy absolutely delicious tilapia fish dinner will amaze your taste buds. The perfect answer to what is for dinner tonight with less than 5 ingredients.

 

Spanish Eggplant and Potato Frittata

 
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March 19th 2015By May I have that recipe

This recipe is a take on a famous tapa from Spain: Tortilla de patatas. With this recipe you can either make one large frittata using a 10-11 inch skillet or 4 small frittatas using a small 5 1/2 inch skillet. Small frittatas are easier to flip. IF YOU HAVE NO EXPERIENCE FLIPPING A FRITTATA WE RECOMMEND YOU USE THE BAKING METHOD SPECIFIED IN THE COOKING INSTRUCTIONS.

 

Schug Pine Nut Brittle

 
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March 19th 2015By Melinda Strauss

 

Roasted Potatoes with a Matbucha Sauce

 
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March 13th 2015By Sina Mizrahi

The Sabra Matbucha provides the perfect flavoring for an easy sauce on Passover or anytime. The flavor really dresses up these simply roasted potatoes, but you can also add some optional extra spice if you’re like me.

 

Roasted Chicken Thighs with Grilled Eggplant and Mint

 
 

Ratatouille and Ricotta Matzah Pizza

 
Ratatouille and Ricotta Matzah Pizza

April 8th 2014By Jamie Geller

Top Matzah with a quick and flavorful ratatouille featuring eggplant, zucchini and bell peppers and finish off with 2 cheeses. Have all ingredients chopped and at the ready so you can move quickly.

 

Pizza Matzo Brei

 
Pizza Matzo Brei

March 10th 2014By Amy Kritzer

Matzo brei reminiscent of your favorite chametz food! You can easily double or quadruple this recipe to feed a crowd.

 

Parsley Crusted Salmon over Spanish Eggplant

 
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March 3rd 2015By Jamie Geller

This is the best fish recipe to add to your rotation. Dress up your weekday salmon recipe with parsley and serve it over a bed of Sabra Spanish eggplant, dinner never came this easy.

 

Lowfat Kale & Potato Spiral Fillo Bourekas

 
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March 19th 2015By BusyInBrooklyn

I love bourekas but they don't always love me! Traditionally made with puff pastry, bourekas can be quite fattening. In this recipe, I use lowfat fillo dough and cooking spray for a flaky crust that's truly low in fat. To keep the filling creamy without added fat, I use ready made matbucha, plus some kale for even more healthy goodness.

 

Lamb and Swiss Chard Shakshuka

 
 

Israeli Meatballs Simmered in Tehina

 
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March 18th 2015By Liz Rueven

This recipe makes 26 meatballs.

 

Grilled Eggplant and Roasted Pepper Salad with Preserved Lemon

 
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March 16th 2015By Sina Mizrahi

Serve this dressed up eggplant salad with crunchy matzo on Passover. It is colorful and tasty and comes together in minutes using Sabra grilled eggplant.

 

Beef Moussaka with Matbucha

 
 

Avocado and Tomato Matzah Pizza

 
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April 4th 2014By Jamie Geller

This dressed up version of matzah pizza is not only prettier but heartier than the classic.