Monday, January 18, 2010
Win Delicious Snacks!
January 18, 2010
Get your girlfriends together to watch your favorite TV show: Two readers will win a case of Pretzel Crisps and coupons for four free Sabra Hummus spreads—enough to serve 40 (a $64 value).
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
This is a simple and delicious appetizer for a summer bbq or just as an everyday light meal.
1 1/2 cups Summer squash (about 2 medium sized)
Yellow and/or green
2 Vine ripe tomatoes
1 Red onion
3 (6 inch) round pitas
¼ cup Olive oil
1 cup Sabra Hummus
2 teaspoons Salt
Black pepper and salt to taste
Preheat Grill or grill pan.
Yield: Makes 3 Pita Pizzas (24 small slices)
Slice summer squash in ¼ inch rounds. Place in bowl and add 2 Tablespoons olive oil and ¼ teaspoon salt. Peel and cut red onion in half. Then slice with the grain in 1/3-inch wedges. Repeat with second half. Place in bowl with 1 Tablespoon olive oil. Sprinkle with salt and combine. Cut Tomatoes in half and slice in 4-6 half moon wedges. Repeat with second half. Place in bowl with 1 Tablespoon ¼ teaspoon salt and combine.
Grill summer squash about 4 minutes on each side. Grill onions about 5 minutes, rotating once. Grill Tomatoes about 5 minutes rotating once.
Warm pita on the grill about 3 minutes each side. Once warm, remove the pita from the heat and slather with about 1/3 cup Sabra Hummus. Top with summer squash rounds, tomatoes and onions. Cut into 8 pieces and enjoy as a light summer meal or appetizer for entertaining.
Cook’s note: The best pita for this is the flat variety. You may also use Lavash as a great substitute.
Recipe DetailsTotal Preparation Time: 15 to 30 minutes
Actual Cooking Time: 15 to 30 minutes
Number of Servings: 4
Origin: Mediterranean & Mid-Eastern
Special Features: Quick to Prepare (under 30 minutes)
Simple (6 ingredients or less)
Meal Type: Lunch
Monday, January 4, 2010
The Best Hummus
Best Hummus with Nuts
Sabra Hummus with Roasted Pine Nuts“This one tastes richer than the others,” said a hummus lover. “The chunks of nuts give it personality,” chimed another, “and the more I eat it, the more I dig it.” “The best of them all for eating alone on a cracker,” agreed a third. Because it comes garnished with oil and nuts, this one looks a bit messy when transferred to a bowl. Instead, try serving it straight from the tub.
To buy: $4 for 10 ounces.