by Chanie Nayman
The onions can stay in a container with the lid open a crack for four to five days. Don’t place in the fridge or they’ll become mushy.
Photography: Daniel Lailah
Styling: Amit Farber
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Perfect for a Yom Tov night meal! So good! Delicious flavor!
Scrumptious!! This recipe is a keeper! Perfect for the 2nd night meal of Yom Tov when you don’t have the biggest appetite… 😉 Rewarmed beautifully!!
pastrami Can I use the thin pastrami instead of cubed?
You can. But it might fall apart.
Freezing Can this be frozen?
You probably can. All the components would freeze well. But it might be watery when you defrost so it would need to be sauteed again. not eaten straight from the freezer.
Fresh Can you make this in advance?
For sure. Maybe undercook a bit, otherwise the broccoli will get droopy.
is the broccoli frozen or thawed before frying in pan?
Yes, you use frozen broccoli and add to pan.
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