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Spices: Signature Matbucha
Matbucha is an integral part of the Moroccan Jewish mezze table, an eye-catching bowl of glistening red in a sea of dips and spreads. It is also an everyday condiment (so much so that some families refer to it as ‘Moroccan ketchup’!), and a flavorful base for countless savory dishes. Click on this item to see the full description.
New York Shuk’s Signature Matbucha begins with iconic Jersey tomatoes and roasted Hatch chiles, and pairs them with just enough garlic and preserved lemon to amplify their summer sun-kissed essence. The jammy spread is rich and vibrant, with just the right touch heat.
Heat Level: Hot
*Psst, it’s hot but not THAT hot. Try it, you won’t regret it.
Ingredients: Jersey Tomatoes (Tomatoes, Water, Salt), Roasted Hatch Chile Peppers, Non-GMO Sunflower Oil, Preserved Lemon Paste (Lemons, Lemon Juice, Salt), Garlic, Salt, Paprika.
Vegan, All natural, No sugar.
Uses: Gently simmer eggs in matbucha to make a standout shakshuka; Serve it over pasta (with meatballs or without!) for a Moroccan spin on marinara, or up your hamburger and hot dog game, using matbucha in place of ketchup. Simmer fish or chicken in matbucha to make a lavish stew with minimal prep. Use matbucha as a braising sauce for vegetables (green beans, potatoes, eggplant and more!); stir it into cooked lentils, chickpeas, and beans; and make it your new favorite sandwich spread (Ron loves it on a schnitzel sandwich!). Or simply swirl it onto hummus or labneh just before serving. Of course, we won’t judge if you wind up eating half a jar of our matbucha standing in your kitchen with a sleeve of crackers by your side. In fact, we have done the same thing ourselves.
Check out NY Shuk's page for more information and recipes! https://www.nyshuk.com/matbucha