A trip to Israel isn't a trip to Israel without enjoying the food.
Shakshuka - Poached eggs in a tomato base with spices, peppers, and onions.
Bourekas - Filo dough pastries stuffed with cheese, potatoes, spinach, or eggplant.
In a Pita
Falafel - A tried and true favorite--fried balls made out of ground chickpeas.
Shawarma - A pita sandwich filled with lamb, chicken, turkey, beef, or veal.
Sabich - A traditional Mizrahi Jewish pita sandwich with eggplant and eggs. Very underrated and delicious.
Rugelach - A crescent shaped pastry filled with chocolate, jam, nuts, or poppy seeds.
Malabi - A creamy, milk-based pudding topped with sweet syrup.
Halva - A dense confection made using sesame paste.
Israeli Salad - Salad made from chopped cucumbers, tomatoes and other vegetables.
Bamba - A peanut butter-flavored snack.
Hummus - A creamy Levantine spread made using chickpeas.