Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Sababa Gourmet

Just a few days ago a cousin of mine kept mentioning to me how amazing the new Sababa dips and salads were. while I usually prefer to make my own hummus and salads I didn't really buy into what he was saying. However, over the next couple days I only found myself becoming more curious about the Sababa salads and dips. I decided to journey out and try all of their products, comparing their salads and spreads to other brands. Right before taking the pictures for my future blog post, I peeled open the classic hummus container, In its Mediterranean and 'Sababa' packaging and dipped a multi grain cracker in for a quick taste- to make sure this would be worth my while. 
I couldn't believe how delicious it had been. Unlike other brands the taste was honest-to-God goodness. Original, spiced, and presentable- It was quickly apparent that whoever was running Sababa dips and salads knew exactly what they were doing. The freshness, flavor, and texture was genuine to homemade hummus and made me realize how right my cousin had been about Sababa all along. Trying all three types of hummus, eggplant dips, and tahina- which was my favorite of them all- I decided that I'd have to boast for them myself. 
I love how easy and accessible their product was, and how a Mediterranean feast happened upon me in an instant! I can't wait to make homemade falafel- which I'll be sure to post a recipe for and buy all of the Sababa dips and salads to make it the perfect dinner party. 
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{Hummus with pine nuts and spices}
{Hummus with olives , Roasted eggplant dip, and babaganoosh}
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  1. This looks like an amazing spread and one I'd love to nosh on!!!

  2. That looks so delicious! Love your blog, following :)


  3. where do they sell it? They totally look homemade