Mshawashe משוושה (مشوشة)

:For those of you not familiar with the term

Mshawashe is a dish of freshly cooked warm chickpeas mixed with tahina and served with freshly-squeezed lemon juice and olive oil.
Mshawashe is a common dish in the Arab villages of the Upper & Western Galilee.
The meaning of the word is: distorted or scrambled (or even mentally unstable),
in contrast to the more familiar hummus, which is normally served in the form of smooth paste.

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A vegan dish Hand-crushed

chickpeas with tahini, lemon juice and olive oil Tahini / Paul can be

A dish with an egg / complete

Animal protein supplement Tahini / Paul can be added

A vegan dish with mushrooms

Rich vegan option, a vegan dish with fried mushrooms and onions


A dish with an egg and fried mushrooms with onions

You can add tahini/flour


Vegetable Salad

Tomato, cucumber, lettuce, onion, parsley, lemon juice and olive oil

Vegetable salad with tahini

Vegetable salad with tahini, crushed garlic and blush

Nisrin salad

Vegetable salad with tahini plus grains and egg

Yantzok salad

Vegetable salad with chickpeas and fresh fried mushrooms


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