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It’s always good to have a snack on hand for unexpected guests, and even for yourself. I’m a huge fan of sweet, sour, and hot flavors, all in one bowl. So, I’ll often grab different types of nuts from the freezer and season them with this fruity combination of sumac, pomegranate molasses, and cayenne. This is one of those dishes where a few ingredients tossed together produce big flavor.
I was sifting through the Kitāb al-ṭabīẖ, the oldest cookbook of the Iberian Peninsula, looking for highlights of Spanish-Jewish culinary heritage in the 13th-century Arabic recipes, when I realized that I had stumbled on a very unique one, prepared with an etrog: “Eggplant dish with saffron.”
Makes about 4 cups (4 servings)
Pulsing in a food processor creates the crispy exterior.