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The reddest there is: three red recipes on the occasion of Cancer Awareness Day Israel today


Food bloggers accepted the challenge of the Khalil Ha'or association, which accompanies blood cancer patients, and on the occasion of International Awareness Day (4.2) they prepared red dishes that are worth trying at home. Here are three of them

In preparation for International Cancer Day on February 4, three favorite food bloggers: Inbar Buskila, Sharit Atar and Roni Cohen created particularly creative red dishes.

They created the dishes in accordance with the challenge set before them by the "Halil Ha'or" association, which helps support cancer patients, among others, types of leukemia and lymphoma. 

In collaboration with Israeli Kitchen

Shakshuka tart

Amber Buskila's recipe

Shakshuka tart, photo: Inbar Buskila

Raw materials:

Rolled out crispy dough

A bunch of cherry tomatoes

3-5 eggs

Chopped coriander

Salt and pepper to taste

A teaspoon of dried basil


Heat the oven to 180 degrees.

Arrange the crispy dough in the desired pattern, put halved cherry tomatoes and spices on top, and bake for about fifteen minutes.

Remove from the oven (the dough should not be brown at this stage but half ready), break the eggs on top, add salt and pepper, and return to the oven for another fifteen minutes.

I sprinkled chopped cilantro on top, but it's not mandatory (you can also put Bulgarian cubes and it turns out really delicious).

This is how to make Inbar Buskila's shakshuka tart // Photo: Inbar Buskila

Tomatoes stuffed with flakes

A recipe by Sarit Atar

Tomatoes stuffed with flakes, photo: Sarit Atar

Raw materials:

12 medium sized tomatoes

1 large onion

a cup and a quarter of flakes (I used flakes in the shape of small stars)

6 tablespoons of olive oil

Teaspoon of salt

A spoonful of sweet paprika

Half a teaspoon of finely ground black pepper

A teaspoon of dried oregano

2 heaping tablespoons of tomato paste

For the sauce:

2 cups of water

A flat teaspoon of salt

1 crushed garlic clove

A small box of tomato paste

Half a teaspoon of sugar

The flakes will push the lid upwards, photo: Sarit Atar


Heat the oven to 180 degrees on turbo.

Finely chop the onion and fry in a pan with olive oil until lightly golden

Put the flakes in a bowl, add the fried onion, the spices (salt, paprika, black pepper, dry oregano) and the tomato paste and mix well.

Cut the top part of each tomato crosswise (save this part, it will be used to cover the tomato after the filling) and empty the tomatoes with a spoon or an ice cream scoop as you see in the video.

Fill with the flake filling only up to 3/4 of the height of the tomato and arrange in a baking dish.

Mix all the sauce ingredients in a bowl, pour over the tomatoes so that the sauce liquids enter the flakes and cover the flakes completely.

Pour the sauce also around the tomatoes and cover the top of the tomato that we cut at the beginning.

Drizzle a little olive oil on top and put in the hot oven for 35-40 minutes, until the tomatoes soften and their edges brown.

The flakes will cook and swell during baking and will push the "lid" upwards.

Before serving, pour some of the sauce over the tomatoes.

Watch how to make Sarit Atar's stuffed tomato dish // Photo: Sarit Atar

Strawberry margarita

Recipe by Roni Cohen

Margarita Tut, photo: Roni Cohen

To decorate the glass:

2 tablespoons of salt

1 tablespoon of sugar

1/2 teaspoon lemon zest

For two cups:

1 squeezed lemon

10 strawberries

60 ml of tequila

30 ml orange liqueur

Mix salt, sugar and lemon zest and sprinkle on a plate.

Moisten the rim of the glass with a lemon wedge and dip in the mixture.

Grind the ingredients for the drink in a blender, fill the glass with ice and pour (if you like it sweet, you can add 1/2 teaspoon of honey).

This is how Roni Cohen's strawberry margarita is made // Roni Cohen

On Khalil Haur:

The Khalil Ha'or association provides cancer patients with types of leukemia, lymphoma, or other hemato-oncological diseases with support through knowledge and emotional support. The knowledge is passed on through brochures, conferences and meetings. Thanks to the association, the patients understand what their rights are, which makes the long and exhausting process easier for them. The association has a staff Volunteers specializing in the rights of patients with hemato-oncological diseases: a lawyer and an insurance agent who can provide guidance to patients and advise how to act to exercise their rights.

In addition, the association trains volunteers with experience in dealing with the disease and the treatments.

You can contact the association on the website (search on Google: Khalil Ha'or).

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Source: israelhayom

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