Sephardic Food


Sephardic cuisine refers to foods eaten by a diverse group of Jews that bear the unique stamp of their regions of origin, including Spain, North Africa, the Middle East, Egypt, and Turkey. How much do you know about food from Sephardic communities?

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Qustion 1. Malabi is

A milk based pudding popular all over the Middle East Peppers stuffed with couscous and meat A Greek dish involving feta, phyllo dough and olives An Arabian coffee drink

Qustion 2. Dafina is

A fish stew made with dates and honey A covered stew, similar to cholent A tomato bread served on the day after Pesach An appetizer of spiced meat wrapped in puff pastry

Qustion 3. True or False: All Sephardic food is heavily influenced by Spanish cuisine with its many pork dishes and tapas.

True False

Qustion 4. Which of the following dishes was often served at big Jewish parties in Baghdad?

Cholent made with lentils and curry Masgouf, a salmon dish with tomatoes Yerushalmi kugel, made with noodles and black pepper Mujaderra made with lentils and onions

Qustion 5. A Sephardic recipe for charoset is likely to contain which of the following ingredients?

Dates and figs Apples and walnuts Sprinklings of actual cement Horseradish and honey
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