Shivat HaMinim Salad

Description

This colorful recipe featuring the Seven Species, Shivat HaMinim, is perfect for Tu B'Shevat!

All of the ingredients are from Deuteronomy 8:8. This verse explains the food that God gives the Israelites when they enter into the land of Israel. All Seven Species are plants and the Israelites are told that they will not lack anything. The Shivat HaMinim are: wheat, barley, grape, fig, pomegranate, olive, and date (honey). This echoes the message we have learned time and time again in Judaism: Eat plants!

Simple, healthy, and delicious, you can make your Tu B'Shevat seder stand out by taking 7 species that are stars on their own, and combining them to take it to the next level.

In fact, this salad can be made and served anytime. Enjoy!

Summary

Yield
Servings
Prep time
10 minutes
Cooking time
30 minutes
Total time
40 minutes

Ingredients

2 cups
wheatberries
3 cups
barley
1 cup
raisins
3 cups
figs (chopped)
1 cup
pomegranate
1 cup
olive oil
2 cups
date syrup
1 bunch
mint leaves (chopped)

Instructions

Cook wheatberries and barley. Mix in rest of ingredients. Add several mint leaves. Chill. Serve. Want to know how to make your own date syrup? Click here!

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