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Bring the flavors of Italy to your Chanukah table this year with some of Tuscanini Foods’ newest specialty products.
It’s no secret that Tuscanini products are superior and of the highest quality. But how to use such special ingredients? See below for our top picks!
All the recipes below call for either Tuscanini Red Grape Balsamic Reduction, Yellowfin Tuna Fillets, Solid Light Yellowfin Tuna, Mozzarella Sticks or Breaded Eggplant Cutlets. Each of these delicious products add the perfect special touch to any dish they are added to.
From Pear and Goat Cheese Crostini with Red Grape Reduction and Fricassé (Savory Tunisian Donut), to Garlic Confit Eggplant “Pizzas” and Mozzarella Stick “Caprese” Bites. All the recipes below are special, delicious, Chanukah-worthy and will enhance any Chanukah menu you have planned.
Let us know which products or recipes you try in the comments below.
- Pear and Goat Cheese Crostini with Red Grape Reduction by Erin GrunsteinThis appetizer is so easy to put together, but so incredibly delicious – all my samples were gone very, very quickly!
- Tunisian Sub by Adina Silberman
- Fricassé (Savory Tunisian Donut) by Chaya RaskinThere is a popular belief that a Tunisian grandmother invented the Fricassé in the 19th century. She was to receive many guests at her table who dropped out at the last moment. As she had fried a lot of donuts for dessert, not knowing what to do, she stuffed them with what she had on hand. The popular savory pastry was born.
- Tuna Pasta Puttanesca by Nelly Weissman
- Garlic Confit Eggplant “Pizzas” by Faigy MurrayYou’ll definitely want to double, maybe even triple, this recipe for your guests. The crunchy coated outside and soft eggplant inside topped with the garlic confit is utter perfection, and it will have your friends and family taking just one more….
- Mozzarella Stick “Caprese” Bites by Faigy MurrayI love, love caprese salad. It’s extremely easy and quick to put together and always impresses. I took it up a notch here by making them into skewer appetizers. The only time-consuming part is assembling them. Problem solved! I gave them to my ten-year-old daughter to do. She had so much fun putting them together.
- Lemon Roasted Potatoes by Chanie Apfelbaum