The Mango Sauce Connecting Indians, Israelis and Palestinians - and Taking High-end Restaurants by Storm

Described by some culinary wizards as the Mideast equivalent of umami, tangy amba, with its still-unclear provenance, has undergone 'gourmetization,' crossing cultural and physical boundaries to star in dishes with eggplant, fish and ... French fries

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You can love amba, you can hate it, but you definitely cannot ignore it.
You can love amba, you can hate it, but you definitely cannot ignore it.Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
Daniel Monterescu
Joel Hart
The Octopus Mashawsha dish at The Barbary, an eatery in London's Covent Garden.Credit: Barclay Bram
Amiga delicatessen at the Hatikva market, Tel Aviv. Credit: Joel Hart

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