Spicy Schoog

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    Where can I buy sc-s-ch-oo-g^ in the US, specifically the southern most of the south east coast?

    Thank you 🙂

    ^*sc-s* like scissor-s, *ch* like challah, *oo* like OooOo, and *g* like giga


    Not sure how far away you are but Kosher Central, 5650 Stirling Rd.
    Hollywood, FL 33021 carries it. and it is Schüg by Sabra.


    Does Sabra’s schug still exist?
    I have been looking for it for a while. There are other brands available but I havent seen sabra’s


    First of all, you don’t need to say “spicy schoog.” Schug is spicy by definition. There’s no such thing as “un-spicy schoog.”

    Most of my kids like spicy stuff, as do I. We mix schoog into our chumus on Shabbat. When ordering shwarma, I stopped asking for a little schoog, and just take the regular Israeli size portion.

    Your answer, of course, is to make aliyah. You will never run out of schug here in E”Y.


    TM: Yes, thank you, I was indeed aware that my title applied redundancy. However, I deemed it necessary to include the word “spicy” in the title so that readers familiar with the condiment would read “schoog” as it is pronounced, and readers who were unaware of kosher product, or at least its name, would know what type of Kosher Product they would be encountering in this thread.

    Thank you again.


    It is actually very easy to create.
    Take 5 hot pepper, a handful of parsley, 1 tablespoon of oil, one tablespoon of lemon juice, some fresh garlic and a little salt and pepper into a blender and blend until smooth. You can adjust the amount of parsley according to how spicy you would like it. The more parsley the weaker it is and vice versa.
    You can also add cumin, or change the parsley for cilantro.


    chefaharon: Thank you for the recipe 🙂 … it sounds delicious!


    iacisrmma: Thank you! I’ll keep a look out for Kosher Central next time I’m down by Hollywood 🙂

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