Zhug is a kind of relish (or salsa if you prefer) originating from Yemen. It is extremely popular in Israel, which is where I first encountered this fiery condiment.
Most people enjoy a bit of zhug on flatbread as an appetizer…perhaps with some sliced tomatoes…or to accompany anything that is coming off a hot grill. I use it liberally in soups or stews to elevate the flavor of a particular dish. But mostly, I am addicted to a breakfast of flatbread, Sicilian tomatoes, a healthy dose of hot green zhug and a small splash of fruity extra virgin
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