- Pfalafell – Humus, onions and Oil balls, highly popular in Israel
- Israeli salad – small cut pieces of Salad, in olive oil, very popular in Israel (similar to Greek salad, but usually without the cheese)- stemming from middle-eastern origins
- Humus – a middle eastern dish, made of cooked, mashed chickpeas and blended with olive and lemon; it is usually served with Pittah-bread, highly popular in the region
- Pittah – flour half-baked in the oven, usually eaten with Humus/Tchina
- Baklava- a sweet bakery, stemming from Iraq/Turkey
- Roasted winter vegetables with humus- a vegetarian middle-eastern dish
- Lamb, tabouli and humus wrap
- Kubbe –filled dumplings of flour, potatoes together with meat and Bourgul-stemming from Iraq
- Various meat parts, grilled on barbeque
When visiting a new place, one of the most important aspects is to taste the local cuisine. It is the flavors that connect to the land.
We have gathered together some major dishes that portray the best of the Muslin/Islamic food in Israel.