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List of Israeli dishes
The following is a
list of Israeli dishes. For the cuisine, see Israeli cuisine.
Jerusalem mixed grill - an Israeli dish from Jerusalem, it consists of chicken hearts, spleens and liver mixed with bits of lamb cooked on a flat grill, seasoned with onion, garlic, black pepper,  cumin, turmeric and coriander, it is served with rice, mujaddara or bamia
- Deep fried ball made of ground chickpeas or fava beans Falafel
- Kubba made of semolina or rice and Kubba bamia okra cooked in a tomato stew or soup
- Kubba Stew or Soup made of Beet Kubba seleq
- minced lamb, beef or chicken flavored with parsley or coriander, spices, nuts and date, pomegranate, tamarind or carob molasses Kebab
- meatballs made of minced meat, spices and herbs cooked in tomato sauce, tamarind or date molasses alongside beans, peas, vegetables, etc. Kufta
- Okra stew cooked in hot tomato, pomegranate or tamarind sauce with onions, served with meat and rice Bamia
- flavored with spices. Skewered Goose Liver
- St. Peter's fish, eaten in Israel and especially in Tilapia Tiberias fried or baked spices.
Denesse - in the coastal region is baked in the oven with yogurt, tomatoes, garlic, dried mint and cucumbers, it is also fried.
- North African spicy sausage, mainly grilled in Israel Merguez
- oven-baked layer dish of a ground meat and eggplant casserole Moussaka
- a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, and onions, often spiced with cumin Shakshouka
- Fried chicken with breadcrumbs or flour, in the flour version the chicken can be flavored with lemon juice, turmeric, cumin, sumac, paprika and more. Schnitzel
Ktzitzot Khubeza - a patty made of mallow, bulgur/bread crumbs, eggs, onion, olive oil
- Big bread eaten with fresh grated tomato and skhug Malawach
- variety of Shabbats stews Hamin
- Pastry served at Shabbat morning with fresh grated tomato and skhug, eaten for breakfast especially in Shabbath Jakhnun
- puff pastry topped with sesame seeds and filled with cheese and olives Ziva
- Lentil and bulgur casserole Mujaddara
- white beans cooked in a tomato stew and served on rice Orez Shu'it
- such as carp, whitefish, or pike, which is typically eaten as an appetizer. It is a dish traditionally served by Ashkenazi Jewish households. Gefilte fish
- cooked in many ways. Burgul
- in Kishka Israel it is available in the frozen-food section of most supermarkets.
- is a traditional Sephardic Jerusalemite dish originally from the Jewish Quarter of the Macaroni Hamin Old City of Jerusalem. - bread filled with eggs and cheese. Khachapuri
- Mixture of bulgur and meat stuffed with meat, nuts (principally pine nuts) or raisins and spices and sometimes parsley or mint Kubba
- Vegetables and dried fruits filled with rice, bulgur, lamb, chicken, beef or fish and cooked in tomato sauce or date, carob, tamarind or pomegranate molasses. Memulaim
- phyllo or puff pastry that can be filled with vegetables, cheese, meat, spices, herbs, nuts, pickles, etc. (comes from the Bourekas Börek)
- pastry that can be filled with cheese, spices, herbs, chickpeas, fish, meat with pine nuts, or a mixture of chickpeas and meat (lamb, beef, chicken) Sambusak - are small dumplings filled with ground meat, mashed potatoes or another filling, usually boiled and served in chicken soup, though they may also be served fried. Kreplach
Salads and dips
- made with tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, parsley Israeli salad
- contains fried eggplant, mayonnaise, garlic Salat ḥatzilim b'mayonnaise
- Parsley and bulgur salad with diced tomatoes, onions and lemon juice Tabbouleh
- Aubergine salad with tahini, parsley and garlic. Sometimes hot sauce is added. Baba ghanoush
- Ground garbanzo beans with tahina and olive oil, eaten with pita or taboonbread. Hummus
- Mixed leaf vegetable salad with pita bread pieces and sumac Fattoush
- Ground fava beans and olive oil Ful medames
- rural salad made of avocados, with lemon juice and chopped scallions Salat avocado
- cooked dish of tomatoes and roasted bell peppers seasoned with garlic and chili pepper. Matbucha
- rural sabich dish that made as salad, the ingredients of it are almost the same as of the Sabich salad Sabich itself despite the Hummus and the Pita bread - Vegetables are soaked in water and salt in a pot and drawn from the air for the week such as: cucumber and cabbage, eggplant, carrot, turnip, radish, onion, caper, lemon, olives, cauliflower, tomatoes, chili, bell pepper, garlic and beans. Hamusim
Cheeses and yogurts
Spices and condiments
Pita in the marketplace
(could be served plain) - Fried chickpeas, spice and parsley ball Falafel
- Pita bread roll of meat, tahini and various vegetables, in Israel it is also served with Amba condiment Shawarma
- Taboon bread topped with za'atar and olive oil Pita afuya im za'tar
- Fried dough balls stuffed with meat and onion or with cheese Sambusak
- can be served in pita or laffa Jerusalem mixed grill
Sabich - Israeli dish served in pita bread, traditionally contains fried eggplant, hard boiled eggs, hummus, tahini, Israeli salad, potato, parsley and amba. Traditionally it is made with haminados eggs, slow-cooked in Hamin until they turn brown. Sometimes it is doused with hot sauce and sprinkled with minced onion.
Lahmacun - round, thin piece of dough topped with minced meat (most commonly beef and lamb) and minced vegetables and herbs including onions, tomatoes and parsley, then baked.
- Omelette in a Taboon bread, served with Hummus or Labneh. Havita b' laffa Tunisian sandwich
Sweets and desserts
- Anise flavored alcoholic beverage, sometimes flavored with grapefruit or khat juices instead of water. Arak
- boiled milk with starch, covered with smashed coconut and cinnamon Sahlab
- type of lemonade made from freshly-squeezed lemon juice and mint leaves Limonana
Vodka - distilled beverage composed primarily of water and ethanol, sometimes with traces of impurities and flavorings.
Tea sometimes flavored with rosewater, mint, lemon juice, honey or date honey
- A juice made of Khat, in Jerusalem it is mixed with citron and named Etrogat. Gat
Sugarcane juice Chocolate milk in a bag (Shoko Bsakit)