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Hummus Bowl! Hummus, chickpeas, parsley, olive oil, spices (zatar and paprika), hard boiled egg, and s'chug (spicy) - dip pita and enjoy! Real Israeli food!!

Hummus Bowl! Hummus, chickpeas, parsley, olive oil, spices (zatar and paprika), hard boiled egg, and s'chug (spicy) - dip pita and enjoy! Real Israeli food!!

Before opening Zahav restaurant in Philadelphia, chef Michael Solomonov visited hummus parlors all over Israel trying to find the best recipe. "Hu...

Israeli Hummus with Paprika and Whole Chickpeas

Before opening Zahav restaurant in Philadelphia, chef Michael Solomonov visited hummus parlors all over Israel trying to find the best recipe. "Hummus is the hardest thing to get right," he says.

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Taste of Israel hummus. Photo courtesy of Israel Government Tourist office for the Nordic & Baltic countries.

Great German Recipes Chicken Schnitzelhttp://www.topdinnerrecipes.net/top-25-german-dinner-recipes-of-2012/8/

Learn to make Chicken Schnitzel - golden, crispy fried chicken breasts - with this traditional Israeli recipe.

foodwanderings: Purple Pixie Eggplants - Sabich, An Israeli Street Food Sandwich

August 2011 Good Morning everyone, I couldn't wait to share with you all these gorgeous purple Pixie eggplants.

A spicy, garlicky, saucy shakshuka with aubergine (eggplant) that makes a great breakfast, brunch or dinner! Serve with pita bread to soak up the sauce.

Aubergine (eggplant) shakshuka

shakshuka with aubergine (eggplant) Serve with pita bread to soak up the sauce. chopped and sauteed c onion, c celery, c green pepper before adding eggplant. cover after adding eggs to cook evenly.

For when you want to make your own delicious hummus.

18 Charts For Better, Healthier Snacking

Sometimes you find yourself in a tight spot, only to find out later that what you thought was your bad luck at work turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Imagine that, I almost left Israel witho...

Eggplant and Eggs Pita Sandwich (Sabich) Recipe: considered the first native Israeli dish. It's a popular street food, and very flavorful and easy to make.

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