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Special food You must try in Israel

Israel is a new country with roots from the history of mankind and Was created by Jewish Refugees Who gathered from many countries.
Israeli food is a mix of tastes from all over the world, creating a unique fusion cuisine with Mediterranean touche.
We gathered a list of special dishes that must be tasted when you visit the Holy Land.


Jerusalem mixed grill

A dish made from pieces of meat fried in a pan or plancha. It is commonly prepared from internal organs such as the liver, spleen, and hearts as well as chicken breast, cooked with onions and spices such as cumin, turmeric, and more.

Rolled dough with margarine baked in slow cooking in a pot throughout the night is usually eaten on Saturday morning with tomato paste, originally from Yemen Jews.

A dish made of eggs cooked with tomatoes, onions, and peppers, usually eaten in the morning originally from North Africa.
Click for one of the best Shakshuka in Tel Aviv.

Grounded Chickpeas deep Fried which usually come in a pita with salads, originally from Egypt.
The best falafel in Israel



A dish that jews From Iraq eat on the morning of Sabbath(Saturday) containing fried eggplant, Hard Boiled Egg, hummus, tahini, salad, and Amba .

Ground-cooked chickpeas mixed with tahini and lemon juice spiced with salt and pepper.
The best hummus in Israel



A Middle Eastern meat dish made from various types of meat such as lamb, turkey, chicken, and beef Cooked on a rotating skewer and eating in a pita with salads and French fries.
The best Shawarma in Israel



snacks :
A snack made from baked corn coated with peanut butter.

A snack made by frying pasta with spices.

Desserts :

Malbi is a solid pudding served as dessert, made with a basis of milk or water, with cornstarch, sugar, and rosewater extract sprinkled with coconut flakes and peanut flakes, originally from Turkey.



A thick hot drink based on milk, cornstarch, sugar, and spices, it is customary to sprinkle on the cinnamon, coconut flakes, and pistachios.

A sweet pastry from Arab cuisine made of kadaif noodles and goat cheese. The kanapha is served with sugar syrup or ice cream.


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