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LaGranada follows centuries of old traditions to bring to you homemade recipes based on grandmothers’ cooking from all over the Mediterranean countries. This first basket of five pomegranate based products chosen from dozens of original dips, is only a small array of the healthiest popular dips from those countries. Pomegranate molasses were used since ancient times in those Mediterranean countries for their health benefit and to enhance the rich flavor of their dishes. LaGranada offers you tasty, healthy, natural and colorful dips that give a pinch and zest to a Mediterranean Mezze table. Granada’s motto is innovation while respecting traditions. LaGranada dips are also Kosher!

The Jerusalem dip Matbukha has Moroccan roots. 
The two main currents that can be seen in the cuisine 
of Jerusalem are foods originating 
from the Middle East and traditional foods brought 
by immigrants from
Europe and the West.This dip is so popular in Jerusalem you could
see it on most tables next to hummus.Matbukha is a delicious cooked dish of tomatoes and
roasted peppers seasoned with garlic and chili pepper.It is served as an appetizer, often as part of a Mezze.

This Moroccan dip represents a very diverse cuisine, 
which has been greatly influenced by the interaction
of Morocco with the outside world for centuries. The 
cooks in the royal kitchens of Fez, Meknes, Marrakesh,
Rabat and Tetouan refined Moroccan cuisine over the 
centuries and created the base for what is now known as 
Moroccan cuisine.Zaalook mixes the complementing tastes of eggplant,
tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, spices and pomegranate 
concentrate. It is usually served as an appetizer or 
as a dip with crusty bread or tortillas. It is also a 
common side dish to many meals.

Before modern canning methods were available,
Italians dried tomatoes on their tile roofs for use
in winter when fresh tomatoes were not an option. 
Nowadays, sun-dried tomatoes (pomodori secchi
in Italian) have gained widespread use in the USA 
as a gourmet item.Pimmaduori Sicatti is a delicious dip made with
sun-dried tomatoes which gives it a burst of flavor 
complemented by the sweetness of roasted 
red peppers, fresh tomatoes seasoned with garlic, 
extra virgin olive oil and flavored with fresh 
thyme and Kalamata olives.This sun-dried tomato dish is rich with vitamins
and minerals.A true modern Mediterranean-style healthy Gourmet Dip.

The Spanish dip Escalivada comes from the Catalan 
verb escalivar, which is the process of cooking food 
slowly and very close to the coals of a barbecue. 
The smokiness of the charcoal enriches the food 
and gives it an earthy quality. Its soul comes 
from the open fire.Escalivada consists of several types of grilled
vegetables: eggplants, sweet red peppers, ripe 
red tomatoes and sweet onions seasoned 
with Extra Virgin olive oil, garlic, jalapenos 
and spices.Escalivada can be served on its own as an
appetizer or as an accompaniment to meat or 
fish dishes.A beautifully colorful dish and an elegant addition
to a classy dinner party.

The Syrian dip Mhammara (also known as
Muhammara) is mostly notorious for its
walnut content; but what really makes its
distinct flavor are its sweet peppers as well
as its hot aromatic spices.A typical Syrian meal begins with Mezze,
a spread of hors d’oeuvres. Mhammara
holds the flavor of the cuisine of the
northeast city of Aleppo, well known for
its culinary traditions.
Mhammara is a sweet pepper, ground walnuts,
breadcrumbs, extra virgin olive oil and
pomegranate molasses dip.
Mhammara is eaten as a dip or spread on toast.
It is also enjoyed as a spicy sauce for grilled
meats, fish or kebab.



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