Posts Tagged “dressing”

Green techina sauce

By | February 19, 2014


Don’t fall over, but I’ve never really liked techina. I’ll take piles of any other spread or salad in your collection of salatim, but techina? Meh. As a stand-alone dip, I tend to pass on it. Unless it’s this one. When I make techina, I flavor it with lemon zest and lemon juice, and then […]

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All-purpose salad dressing

By | February 11, 2014


This recipe and story first appeared in the June 3, 2013 edition of “From Tali’s Kitchen,” my biweekly cooking column in Binah magazine. I didn’t always menu plan. But I sure didn’t wait too long to start. In the early weeks of our marriage, it was all I could do to sauté an onion without […]

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Creamy cilantro dressing

By | December 25, 2012


I love fresh herbs. But I don’t love when they start to wilt about five minutes after I buy them. I used to wash a whole bag of herbs at once. For me, this is just like sifting a full kilo of flour or sorting a full kilo of lentils in one go, even when I only […]

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Italian dressing

By | December 18, 2012

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How many fried foods did you get in during Chanukah? Eight, one per day? Two per day? …Should I stop asking? Maybe we should just go straight to the salad. Although I love me a fancy salad, I’ll admit it: Most of the time, the salads we have around here are of the very basic […]

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