Sabich is a popular Jewish-Iraqi dish that has gained wide popularity in Israel. The Sabich recipe ingredient list is made up of all the traditional breakfast foods eaten by Iraqi Jews on Saturday mornings. In Israel, Sabich is a pita, while the traditional meal back in Iraq is served on a large tray. Some say the name of the dish originates from Sabich (Zvi) Halabi, who was one of the first to introduce Sabich to Israel. There are two additional theories. Some people say it comes from the word "Sabah" which means "morning" in Arabic (as this dish was popularly served as breakfast). Another theory suggests that Sabich is an acronym of the Hebrew words "Salat, Beitsa, Yoter Ḥatsil" (salad, egg, more eggplant).
Sabich is one of my favorite pita dishes in the world. If you make my pita recipe here and there, consider frying some eggplants, boiling egg, and chopping a killer salad. Then put it all in a pita. It's not a dream. This is a SABICH gingis!