Delicious tehina shortbread cookies by award-winning chef Michael Solomonov.
This is the easiest, tastiest hummus and tehina recipe you’ll ever need.
This falafel recipe comes straight from the expert on Israeli cooking, Michael Solomonov.
We asked four-time James Beard-award-winning Israeli-American chef and restaurateur Michael Solomonov what he would serve Wonderwoman. For the main dish, he settled on a modernized version of siniya, an Arab main dish. His version uses barbecued beef cheeks cooked with tomatoes, cinnamon and tahini.
This salad contains homemade pickled onions, which wake up a slew of recipes. Chef Michael Solomonov came up with them because he realized raw onions didn’t always appeal to the American palate. “So the quick-pickle treatment is really attractive,” he said. “You can eat a bunch of it. It’s nice, it’s refreshing, but it’s still got crunch and a little bit of savory robustness.”