A Middle-Eastern style dish. Sabich is a kind of a fast food, and like many of its Middle Eastern siblings in the fast food category, it's relatively cheap and is often sold in small shops or stands.
Sabich is made the following way (I know it doesn't look like a recipe, but follow these instructions and you should get sabich, more or less);
- Take a large pita, preferably a slightly warm one. It's important that it will have no holes / be a steady one.
- Smear a spoon of fresh hummus in the pita. Distribute it even and well.
- Add 2-6 slices of fried eggplant rounds (no, not grilled, I said fried, damnit). The eggplants should be well-done.
- Slice a hard boiled egg, put it in the pita, and mix it well inside with a fork.
- Add salt and pepper (very little, varies with taste).
- Add fresh salad (plain, tomatoes and cucumbers).
- Add a spoon of tehina.
- According to taste, add: chopped pickles, chopped onions, chopped parsley.
That's it. You can add amba/zhug/extra hummus/another eggplant etc, but that's up to you.
Warning: Israel's general neural surgeon warns that if you make sabich at home instead of just going downstairs and buying some, then either: you live in the wrong country or you need a lobotomy.