Balagan experience

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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!

• smokey eggplant • Hummus • green asparagus with mejadra
• labneh with spicy tomato • tabbouleh • pickled vegetables
• olives • Flatbread and pita bread • malabi

We also provide Balagan experiences for businesses. Get in touch and we’ll be happy to make you an offer.

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!

• smokey eggplant • Hummus • green asparagus with mejadra
• labneh with spicy tomato • tabbouleh • pickled vegetables
• olives • Flatbread and pita bread • malabi

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

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Mejadra with green asparagus

Hummus with smoked paprika powder

Tabbouleh with cranberries

Green beans "Tel Aviv style"

Malabi

Roasted eggplant

Salsa verde

Tahin Sauce

Red Zhug

Olives

Pickled vegetables

Egg salad

Labneh with spicy tomato

za’atar flatbread & Israeli pita breads

Hummus

Hummus with smoked paprika powder

mejadra with green asparagus

fried onion rings & yoghurt sauce

mejadra is a fragrant aromatic spiced rice

roasted eggplant

with piquillo pepper and dukkah       

za’atar flatbread and Israeli pita breads

our signature za’atar flatbread and Israeli pita breads

Tabbouleh

Tabbouleh with cranberries

green beans "tel aviv style"

green beans “tel aviv style”

Labneh

labneh with spicy tomato and za’atar

pickled vegetables

pickled vegetables

malabi

with kumquat and pistachio nuts

Malabi is the iconic Israeli dessert

Balagan experience serving instructions

Balagan means a ‘cozy mess’ in Hebrew

So first things first…
Make it cozy!

  • Heat the oven at 180°
  • Place the largest tray with the mejadra and the asparagus in the oven for 15 minutes
  • At the end, put the pita bread and flatbread in the oven for a few more minutes so they are nicely warm and crispy
  • When you take the mejadra out of the oven finish it with the crispy onions and the yogurt sauce
  • Pop open all the little pots and “mess up your table”
  • Finish the malabi with the kumquat gravy, pistachios and the rose leaves

 

PS. every oven is slightly different… just serve it hot!

Beteavon !

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