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Homemade HummusTo make this gorgeous hummus – just whirl up few pantry items in a food processor and whir away! The liquid from the can of chickpeas makes this light and silky hummus extra creamy and smooth. Serve with pita chips, veggies chips or rice crackers.
SkhugThis Israeli-inspired gorgeous lush green sauce packs quite a punch with delightful aromas of cilantro, garlic, cumin and cardamom. This light, low calorie yet rich and creamy sauce is spiced up with hot red peppers. It is traditionally served with Middle Eastern hilbeh, falafel or shawarma but don't you hesitate to add this versatile dip to soups, stews, pilafs, game, chicken, steaks or flatbreads.
Fruity Israeli CouscousThis dried fruit and cinnamon spiked couscous takes its inspiration from Israel. Made all in one pot, this fabulous classic Israeli couscous recipe is a perfect side to serve with roasted meats.
Hummus Coated ChickenThis easy Israeli dish cooks in one pan in the oven, and has all you need for a complete meal. Simply toss zucchini and squash with olive oil and spread over a baking sheet. Place chicken breasts on top and season them with hummus and spices for a delicious meal in no time.
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Nearly 50 years before Hawaii became a state, natives chose June 11th as King Kamehameha I Day. It is still a revered state holiday, including festivals, parades, and traditional Hawaiian feasts. No matter where you live, you can serve your family this menu filled with the vibrant scents and flavors of Hawaiian cuisine. Serve it with the traditional bowl of steamed rice.