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Your Balagan Experience
LET US MESS UP YOUR TABLE AT HOME… BALAGAN means a cosy mess … THE IDEAL WAY TO GET TO KNOW OUR TELAVIVIAN CUISINE.
BETEAVON! Enjoy your meal!
Tahini sauce // Amba // Red zhug // Olives // Salsa verde // Matbucha
Pickled veggies // hummus sabich style // labneh with root vegetables // freekeh salad with pistachio and roasted red onions // Brussels sprouts with manchego, pecan nuts and za’atar/sherry vinaigrette
Cholent with potato, egg & artichoke
We also provide Balagan experiences for businesses. Get in touch and we’ll be happy to make you an offer
Discover what is in the Balagan Experience
The balagan changes regularly based on seasonal products. Because of this, the dishes below may be a little different than what is in your balagan box. No worries! Everything is always made with lots of love. 💛
How to prepare? Below you can find the instructions.
HUMMUS SABICH STYLE
Hummus with amba and eggplant
NEW MEAT beef, potatoes, eggs & artichoke
Cholent is a typical Jewish stew that often simmers on the stove for 10-12 hours making it the ideal meal for eating at shabbat.
with pistachio nuts and carmelized onions
brussels sprouts salad
With manchego, pecan nuts and za’atar/sherry vinaigrette
with root vegetables
(without smoked salmon)
Cauliflower, radish, cucumber, turnip greens
Balagan experience serving instructions
Balagan means a ‘cozy mess’ in Hebrew
So first things first… Make it cozy!
- Heat the oven to 180°.
- Place the tray with the cholent in the oven for 20 minutes (it’s best to leave the lid on)
- At the end, put the pita bread in the oven for a few minutes so they are nice and warm and crunchy
- Finish the cholent with the green herbs and a little olive oil
- Open all the little jars and ” make a mess on your table”
PS. every oven is slightly different… just serve it hot!
ps. All our food packaging is sustainable