15 2020

CANCELED: Israeli Cooking Class (JFM)

9:30AM - 11:30AM  

Temple Beth El 2702 Arbor Drive
Madison, WI 53711
(608) 238-3123

Contact Danielle Man
(608) 442-4072

$ Cost $ 5.00

The March 15 Israeli Cook Class Has Been Canceled. Check back for updates on future dates.

Join our Shlicha, Danielle Man, for a four-course cooking series and learn how to make a variety of authentic contemporary and traditional Israeli foods. You'll learn some Hebrew and Israeli history while you cook, and get to taste the delicious dishes made in class.

Attend one class or all four. Open to all ages.

Cost: $5 per person per class
Registration Required >

03/15/2020 – Bourekas & Israeli Salad
Bourekas are made in a wide variety of shapes and a vast selection of fillings and are typically made with either boureka dough, puff pastry, phyllo dough, or brik pastry, depending on the origin of the baker. 

Israeli salad is a chopped salad of finely diced tomato, onion, cucumber, and bell or chili peppers. It has been described as the "most well-known national dish of Israel", and is a standard accompaniment to most Israeli meals.

 04/26/2020 – Araies & Sabich 
Araies, also known as Bedouin Pizza, are made with a flatbread like pita, stuffed with a mixture of minced meat, herbs, onions, and spices, then covered with olive oil and grilled.

Sabich is an Israeli sandwich based on a traditional Iraqi Jewish dish prepared for Shabbat. It consists of pita or laffa stuffed with fried eggplant, hard-boiled eggs, Israeli salad, parsley, amba, and tahini sauce.

05/17/2020 – Shakshuka
Shakshuka is a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, olive oil, peppers, onion, and garlic, and commonly spiced with cumin, paprika, cayenne pepper, and nutmeg. The dish has existed in Mediterranean cultures for centuries. 

06/14/2020 – Malabi & Baklava
Malabi is a creamy, milk-based pudding perfumed with rose water. It is one of the most popular desserts across the Middle East. In Israel, the sweet treat has become a beloved and ubiquitously available street food and is increasingly offered in upscale restaurants.

Baklava is a rich, sweet dessert pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened and held together with syrup or honey.