Middle Eastern Salad with Shanglish

Shaʿifūra salad has a popular origin and in every home it is prepared in a different way. It can also include cucumber, green pepper, carrot, parsley or fresh mint, all finely chopped. Served as an appetizer for breakfast or dinner.


2 tomatoes, chopped

1 red onion, finely chopped

1-2 balls of shanglish cheese with za’tar (thyme etc.) or Aleppo pepper

Chopped parsley (optional)

Olive oil

We also added cucumber and olives

Shanklish, also known as chancliche, shinklish, shankleesh, sorke or sürke, is a type of cow’s or sheep’s milk cheese in Levantine cuisine It is usually formed into balls about 6 cm in diameter, often covered with za’atar and Aleppo pepper.

In our store you will find shanklish and other products to create your own variations.

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