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I need an Israeli dish for my themed party, who can help me with a recipe? Thanks!
I need an Israeli dish for my themed party, who can help me with a recipe? Thanks!
28.07.2014, 15:18
Rank: 7
This month:
The Israeli food recipe also called Saksuska represents a dish that it worth trying, as for sure its taste will amaze you since the first bite.

Preparation time: forty minutes.

Cooking time: forty minutes.

The necessary ingredients for two portions are:

one pimiento;
two tomatoes;
one clove;
one bunch of green onions;
two spoons of white wine;
two eggs;
olive oil;
salt and pepper.

The way to prepare this recipe is presented below:

1. Wash the pimiento, cut it in half, remove the stem, the white veins from the interior and the possible seeds, wash the pimiento again, this time in the interior too, then let it to drain and cut it in thin strips.
2. Wash the tomatoes and let them drain. Put a sufficient quantity of water to boil with a pinch of salt, let the water seethe, then add the tomatoes you crested with a knife. Scald the tomatoes until the peel that covers them starts to come off by itself. When they are done, take out the tomatoes from the hot water with a tureen and let them drain. Remove the peel of the tomatoes, the stem and the kernel, then cut the pulp into little cubes.
3. Peel the garlic and cut it into strips.
4. Peel the onion, wash it, let it drain, then cut it into rings until the green part which you can throw away or use in another dish.
5. Grate the cheese.
6. Put a pan with oil on fire, let it warm up and when it starts to sizzle, add the onion slashed into rings, together with the garlic. Anneal the vegetables at a proper temperature, mixing from time to time to avoid burning them. If you notice that the vegetables have the tendency to become brown, reduce the fire to minimum, mix continuously and if necessary, remove the pan from the fire and allow the oil to reduce its temperature. When the vegetables become golden and become transparent, add the pimiento cut into cubes and the tomato pulp. Mix them until homogenization, add salt and pepper, then anneal the mix of vegetables for a quarter of an hour at a medium to low temperature. Break the eggs and add them over the vegetable mix and let the egg-white bake without mixing.
7. Serve the dish by adding one egg over the vegetables for each portion.
8. Sift the grated cheese over the dish when it
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