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Add some Israeli flair to dinner with za'atar steaks and tahini Brussels sprouts

Israeli chef Alon Shaya cooks up seared ribeye steaks with zesty za'atar chimichurri sauce and makes charred Brussels sprouts with spices and tahini.
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Chef Alon Shaya is joining the TODAY Food team to share a few of his favorite recipes from his new cookbook "Shaya: An Odyssey of Food, My Journey Back to Israel." He shows us how to make juicy ribeye steaks with zesty chimichurri sauce and crispy spiced Brussels sprouts with tahini.

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This recipe was inspired by last meal I cooked for my saba (grandfather). Israeli steak is typically eaten with something acidic, like lemon or tomato, but I like to add the earthiness of the za'atar spice to give it another dimension of flavor.

Brussels sprouts are a great accompaniment to steak, because they are hearty enough to hold their own flavor and they soak up all the flavorful juices around them.

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