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Meat Yemenite Soup Recipe.

Yemenite Soup is a meal onto itself. It is also a wonderful comfort food. Vegetables, meat, spices, it’s all there.  All you need with Yemenite Soup to round out the meal is some good bread and salad. All of you avoiding red meat, use a large turkey thigh and proceed just as in the recipe. A word […]

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Raita Recipe with Mint and Cucumber

Raita is a cool and delicious way to put out fires in curries, But It is delicious even on its own Mint, cucumber, yogurt: What could be more fun and more yum than this flavor lineup? And you will love the chunky texture. No problem making a dairy-free raita as well. While soy or coconut yogurt might […]

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Chai Mix Recipe. Homemade Latte and Other Drinks

Chai Mix   Chai Mix Aliases Every culture riffs on the basic Indian spice mix, and renames it: in India it is called chai masala;  in Israel they use it mostly as the Yemenite sweet coffee spice mix, or Hawayedj (as distinct from the pungent curry-like cooking Hawayedj). Although the name literally means tea spice […]

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Apricot Chutney Recipe

  No store-bought apricot chutney comes close to homemade! This is true of all chutneys. Still looking for a fabulous homemade Mishloach Manot treat, one that will last until Passover and beyond? Apricot Chutney! Chutneys, from the Hindi “to be licked” (an inspired derivation, if you have ever tasted a good one), are relishes that […]

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Ask Levana: Spices and Kosher Supervision

Here is a question I received from Sara M: Lévana, do spices need a hechsher in order to be considered Kosher? Answer: When spices are pure, meaning unblended, they need no Kosher supervision. They do need one when they are mixed, as in curry, gram masala, Ras El-Hanout, Hawaidge etc…. This doesn’t apply to Passover, […]