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Even if you can’t find all of the traditional ingredients for this flavorful dish (green Calamata olives and golpar/angelica may be tough to find, depending on your location), the combination of garlic, walnuts and sweet/tart pomegranate molasses with the slightly acidic olives will push this dish to the forefront of your cocktail table.
Jerusalem hummus is garnished with hot, spiced ground beef, often with the addition of pine nuts.
This recipe is a perfect example of when homemade just completely crushes the store-bought equivalent.
Moroccans, Tunisians, and Yemenites all claim this quick egg dish as their own. The term shakshuka comes from either the Hebrew verb “to shake,” as one does to a pan over a hot stove, or from Arabic slang for a mixture or stew.