Kibbeh is a popular dish in Middle Eastern Christian communities, as kibbeh is a vegetarian recipe that can be served for Lent! However, it can be made all year round, and this version brought to us by Greg Malouf (popular Middle Eastern Chef) is perfect in the summer when butternut squash is readily available.
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The idea of salad for breakfast is probably a little strange to North Americans. But this trademark Mediterranean salad is enjoyed by Israelis three times a day - breakfast, lunch, and dinner - regardless of whether they are from Russia, Morocco, Yemen, or the United States.
The abundance of fresh fruit in Israel, ripe from the fields and orchards, makes fruit salads a natural choice. After a good meal, nothing is more refreshing than this cool dessert.
Try making an Israeli classic – a fresh bowl of hummus with delicious vegetables this summer to share with family and friends! Our friends at The Nosher show us how.
A Sephardi Jewish favorite. No Middle Eastern restaurant menu is complete without it, though Hungarians also delight in this dish with the addition of lots of paprika. Leshakshek means "to shake" in Hebrew. Every cook from North Africa has his or her own personal version of this egg and tomato dish.