Are you thinking of taking a trip to Israel? Israel is known for many exciting and unique features starting from its biblical history to its sunny beach. Israel is a place you want to consider when thinking of where to spend your holiday. Isreal offers a lot, but Israel has a lot to offer when it comes to local dishes that will make your vacation the best. Israel’s cuisine of Middle Eastern flavor and street food will lure you in. Every corner of Israel is rich with fantastic food to try.
Here is a shortlist of what to try! Number 7 will thrill you.
Shakshuka is popular in Israel and has started a firey rise in different countries. This amazing meal was founded in Israel and is mostly eaten in the morning as breakfast. Shakshuka is a mouth-watering dish made of gently beat eggs, tomato sauce, peppers, onions other natural spices ready to make your tummy shout out for more. Restaurants put their technique to the recipe to give it a unique taste. It’s a well-loved and popular breakfast dish and is usually served with challah or baked bread.
Britain loves a good sarnie, so you’ll be pleased to hear Isreal whip up a delicious sandwich too. A Sabich is a pita stuffed with fried eggplant sliced, boiled egg, tahini, amba, minced onions, and sometimes other ingredients as there is no particular way to enjoy this mouth-watering snack. This classic snack is a hit with the locals and is said to originate from Iraq jews.
Did you think I’ll leave out a dish like hummus? Course not. It is made from tahini, chickpeas, and olive oil. This meal is thick, creamy, and is hacked into any sub meal possible. A wise man once said if you want to gain a lot of weight overnight, take a lot of hummus.
It’s a Jewish pastry dish history dates it from Yemen, eaten on a Shabbat morning as tradition will have it no better way. Prepared using dough, it is mashed, rolled up, and baked on low heat overnight. The final product is dark, amber in color, and sweet in taste. It is served with a tomato dip, boiled eggs or fried eggs, hot sauce. This is a must-try dish when in Isreal.
A traditional stew made up of beef, potatoes, beans, vegetables, and various spices. Baked overnight, it is eaten for lunch on the holy (Sabbath) day. The outcome is a unique and exciting filling, a delicious dish perfect for a cold evening or a Saturday hangover. It can be served with any sub meal and will grace any occasion.
Isreal’s chefs seem to have mastered the art of schnitzel making. The most menu in the country is usually served with an Isreal salad or mashed potatoes/chips. For a schnitzel sandwich traveling to Israel is worth it.
7. Lechem Bread
Bread comes in different ways in Isreal, but try out the lechem bread; the best time to try this meal is at a traditional Shabbat dinner. The bread is broken at the start of the meal before the customary feasting begins since it is translated to be the bread of angels.
All the food and delicacy taste so freash and natural. All the fish comes from Israeli waters, vegetables are grown here and go straight to the market, and as the seasons change, the menu in restaurants is updated continuously. It is to be said that just one trip to Isreal will not be enough to try it all!