Israeli Sabich

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  • Cooking and Prep: 1 h
  • Serves: 2
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There are so many ways you can enjoy this! The Sabich is typically a classic Israeli breakfast, including fried eggplant, Israeli salad, hard-boiled eggs, potatoes, chummus, techina, and plenty of olive oil. It’s healthy and bright … though not particularly light. This version takes the best of those Sabich flavors, then lets you choose — include the potato and toss all the components together in a salad or stuff ’em into a wrap. It’s amazing either way.

Ingredients (19)

For Serving

Israeli Salad

Tahini-Style Dressing

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Preparing the Sabich

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Coat a baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray.

  2. Place eggplant into a colander; sprinkle with salt. Let sit for 20 minutes over a bowl or in the sink. Rinse; dry on paper towels. Place eggplant on prepared baking sheet; bake for 20 minutes.

  3. If preparing the salad version, add potato to a pot; cover with water. Bring to a boil; cook for 30 minutes, until tender. Let cool; slice or dice potatoes.

  4. Prepare the Israeli salad: In a bowl, combine tomatoes, cucumber, onion, lemon juice, parsley, salt, and pepper.

  5. Assemble Sabich as a wrap or salad. For a wrap, line 2 wraps with eggplant slices. Top with egg white halves, pickles, and Israeli salad, and drizzle with Tahini-Style Dressing. For a salad, toss potatoes with egg white halves, eggplant pickles, Israeli salad, and Tahini-Style Dressing.

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  • Peri

    Israeli Sabich

    Protein?

    why skip all of the yolks? are they that bad? aren't most of the nutrients of an egg in the yolk?
    Posted by PeriW |January 3, 2018
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    Good question Peri. This is a recipe in Victoria's Secret of Skinny Cooking series, so that's why the calories from the yolks are omitted.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|January 4, 2018
    Esther Leah
    This not criticism, just thinking out loud. If the calorie saving were up to me, I would leave off the potato. The egg is a good source of protein, while the potato is a carb that breaks down to sugar. Just thinking.
    Posted by Esther Leah|January 4, 2018
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    Well taken. I'm not a dietitian, but sometimes they say some carb sugars help burn so maybe that's why it's there.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|January 5, 2018
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  • Peri

    Israeli Sabich

    Protein?

    why skip all of the yolks? are they that bad? aren't most of the nutrients of an egg in the yolk?
    Posted by PeriW |January 3, 2018
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    Good question Peri. This is a recipe in Victoria's Secret of Skinny Cooking series, so that's why the calories from the yolks are omitted.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|January 4, 2018
    Esther Leah
    This not criticism, just thinking out loud. If the calorie saving were up to me, I would leave off the potato. The egg is a good source of protein, while the potato is a carb that breaks down to sugar. Just thinking.
    Posted by Esther Leah|January 4, 2018
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    Well taken. I'm not a dietitian, but sometimes they say some carb sugars help burn so maybe that's why it's there.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|January 5, 2018
    0

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