Remember my restaurant recommendation from my travels to Vienna. I visited Neni's on the beautiful Naschmarkt. It's one of my favourite Israeli food places. I ordered Hamshuka which is normally eaten as an appetizer. See below how the original looks like.
Hamshuka is practically a base of light and fluffy hummus, topped it with some sizzling lamb mince. It is savoury and perfect for dipping in your pita bread. A real man's meal.
I found the original recipe for the Hamshuka in Haya Molchos cookbook who is the owner of Neni's. Go on and see how cooked it for you step by step.
Hamshuka is a gluten free dish which is high in protein and low in carbs. The spices are very good for digestive health and cleaning the body from within. Make sure that you use high quality meat as impacts the taste of your dish a lot. It is savoury and perfect for sharing with friends and dipping crackers or raw veggies.
ALL YOU NEED:
- one bowl of your creamy homemade hummus
- fresh chives, chopped
- 400g fresh organic lamb mince, if you cannot find lamb a mixed mince will serve as wellpn
- one big onion, finely chopped
- one chilli, finely chopped
- one tsp of tumeric
- one tsp of ground cumin
- one jar of condensed tomato puree
- extra vergine olive oil
- some fresh lemon juice
- sea salt and freshly cracked pepper
- sesame seed and sunflower seed for topping
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THIS IS HOW YOU DO IT:
- Add oil and onions to the pan, add garlic and fry until golden
- Add chilli, turmeric and ground cumin, season with salt and pepper and stir until evenly coloured
- Add meat and tomato paste and fry until evenly cooked through
- Place hummus on place and scoop the mince on top
- Squeeze some lemon juice, garnish with chives and decorate with sesame and sunflower seed
- Finish and dip it!
dip it baby, it's real food porn!
Rich, spicy, savoury and extremely tasty - that's how its supposed to be.
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