Finally, a new way to enjoy imitation crab without mayonnaise or soy sauce. Definitely a great addition to any menu, brunch, lunch, or dinner. Enjoy!
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It isn’t quite Israeli. But it isn’t quite Mexican. Its a hybrid. Its Isrican? Mexraeli? Yea I like Mexraeli.
Ok. I know you’re thinking one of two things. One: this kid is obsessed with hummus. Two: this kid owns a lifetime supply of chick peas. If you thought #2, you’re wrong. I’m just obsessed with hummus. Its high in protein, and its ridiculously easy to make. I had unexpected guests and being a good host, my table, like a canvas to be painted, is not allowed to have empty space. This spicy version of my hummus is a palatable spin, balanced by the sweet shredded apple garnish. Yes, I know. I’m just THAT smart. I can be your hero, baby.
I got the original idea for this recipe from watching the Barefoot Contessa, Ina Garten. Her tart looked delicious, but mine is wayyy better. The simple addition of blueberries and some minor changes to the glaze make my version the Abrams Apple Tart… and it is mighty fine.
I don’t know about the rest of you, but except for sushi and chocolate, I don’t really like eating the same thing twice in one week. I like my variety. But that doesn’t mean my leftover food should go to waste just cuz I’m OCD about what I eat. I took my left over Risotto from the other night and turned it into something totally new; almost like a Persian Tadigh. SO good. Try it out
A scrumptiously crunchily delectable change from the usual potato. These pancakes are sweet, crunchy, and full of amazing flavor. I gotta say this was definitely perfected by several people in my household. My mom and sisters always made these delicious zucchini pancakes as an appetizer for dinner, and sometimes made apple pancakes for breakfast. I decided to add carrot and combine the two pancakes my mom makes. And then one passover my mom made these with matza bits for a great crunch, and I was like, WHOA! texture!! and decided to switch the matza for some sliced almonds for a year round treat thats got the best of all worlds. The orange carrot and the green zucchini skin offers a great color contrast, and the almonds give that refreshing crunch. You want to discard the Zucchini juice, but totally drink the apple and carrot juice. Its healthy and delicious.
Totally make these year round, and on Hannukkah. Oh, and on Passover you can use Matza Cake Meal instead of flour. See? look at me, always thinking ahead.