Sfongo, a jewsih recipe from Turkey ideal for Pesach.
The dough begins to brown, the small rounded portions increase slightly in size, and everything predicts that they will have the ideal texture. After draining them slightly, they can be pierced with the help of a knife. Of course, the ideal is to use a nozzle, but in the absence of it, the result is incredibly similar and satisfactory with the […]
October, at this time, in the heat of autumn fervor, the recipes with pumpkins are as prolific as their partners of the season, the mushrooms. Pumpkins becomes the unbeatable star, from sweet realfooding like xocolate cream to breathtaking casseroles. In my case, it was while diving through the pages of Claudia Roden’s Jewish Food book that I came across the curried […]
This cake also known as Krantz or Babka is undoubtedly one of the main characters every Friday in the bakeries of Israel (at least in the pre-Pandemian era). However, it is surprising the turn of events that adds to the history of this recipe its connection with Judaism. It turns out that this cake has several cousins and brothers. Its own name […]