As published in Maariv's "Style" section
Israelis traditionally celebrate Israel's Independence Day with the traditional B.B.Q or spring picnic. For Israelis, there's no escaping the typical food that comes right after finding an open spot in nature, arranging the folding table or laying out a blanket. Don’t think that all dishes are suitable for nature- they have to be those that can withstand the road trips and the test of time (gentle green salad and chocolate soufflés should be kept at home). So in honor of the most Israeli holiday of the year we've chosen to post sustainable (for the outdoors), easy to make and tasty (eaten alone or in a pita), that go well with each other, but could also stand alone. Bon Appétit (or as we say in Hebrew, Betei Avon).
Kebabs with Pistachios
Instead of pine nuts, try using pistachios, which give the kebabs a nice splash of color and add a nice crunchy texture.
Ingredients for 6 servings:
1 pound ground beef
1 small yellow onion, peeled and...
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