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!

Grilled baby Cucumber • Hummus
• Orzo • Pita and za’atar flatbread
• Tabbouleh • Fattoush Salad • Cheesy Borekas • Roasted almonds and olives • Moutabal • Dessert: middle eastern cheesecake

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!

Grilled baby Cucumber • Hummus
• Orzo • Pita and za’atar flatbread
• Tabbouleh • Fattoush Salad • Cheesy Borekas • Roasted almonds and olives • Moutabal • Dessert: middle eastern cheesecake

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. 💛

HUMMUS SABICH STYLE

Hummus met amba saus en aubergine

shakshuka

break the eggs in the middle of the shakshuka and put it in the oven for 20 minutes (180°)

roasted cauliflower

with piquillo pepper and dukkah       

Israeli sourdough pita breads

Israeli sourdough pita breads

Tabbouleh

Tabbouleh with cranberries

marinated beef

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°
  • Open the largest tray with the shakshuka and break open the two eggs in the center of the sauce
  • Place the tray (without the lid) with the shakshuka in the oven for 20 minutes
  • At the end, put the pita bread in the oven for a few more minutes so they are nicely warm and crispy
  • Top the shakshuka with the tahini sauce & green herbs
  • Pop open all the little pots and “mess up your table”
  • Finish the malabi with the kumquat jus, pistachios and rose leaves

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

Beteavon !

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