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.”