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This is the fourth in a series of oolumns by Jamie Geller exclusively for the Forward.
This is the third column in a series I’m writing exclusively for the Forward. My goal, as always, is to share exactly how I cook. My most popular cookbook, “Quick & Kosher Recipes From The Bride Who Knew Nothing” (now in its 7th printing), features glimpses into the story that is my life and my penchant for feeding my family, fast. Almost a decade later, my style hasn’t changed. My life has only gotten busier, my cooking faster and my ingredients fewer.
If you can’t find shawarma seasoning make your own with 1 tablespoon each coriander, cumin, cardamom, chili powder, steak seasoning and smoked paprika — for an easy finger-food, kid-friendly meal loaded with flavor.
Harissa is a spicy Tunisian or Moroccan condiment used to flavor meat or veggie dishes. You can make your own with our easy harrisa recipe, or use store bought, to save on time.
I’m a sucker for hummus, on EVERYTHING — my eggs, my salads, my burgers, my bagels, my gefilte, my roasted veg and my falafel, of course! Sometimes I schmear it; sometimes I dip it. Sometimes I serve it with tahini and schug, sometimes with za’atar chickpeas and sometimes with roasted red peppers. But most always I serve it with a dusting of sumac or paprika, a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of fresh torn parsley or coriander leaves.