Bean Salad with Eggs and Onions


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    Appears in
    Sephardic Flavors: Jewish Cooking of the Mediterranean

    By Joyce Goldstein

    Published 2000

    • About

    Bean salads are ever present on the Sephardic table. This particular Turkish recipe from Esin Eden uses huevos haminados and thin onion slices tossed with parsley as garnishes. The latter garnish is an interesting variation on the usual bean salad. Typically chopped raw onion is tossed with the cooked beans, making it a component rather than a garnish. In summer, sliced tomatoes can join the sliced onions. Sumac, the ground dried berries of a bush that flourishes in the Middle East,