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picture of recipeIsraeli Shakshouka (Parve)
bell pepper,    olive oil,    pepper,    onion,    tomato,    eggs,    salt
Shakshouka (also spelled Shakshuka), from the Hebrew word leshakshek meaning
1. In a large frying pan, heat olive oil and saute pepper and onion until lightly browned.   2. Peel and grate tomatoes on ...

picture of recipeEasy Cheese Borekas Recipe - Kosher Parve Recipes - Israeli Bureka
puff pastry,    garlic salt,    sesame seed,    pepper,    parsley,    eggs,    mozzarella cheese
A typical dinner in my Israeli home as a child included tuna salad or eggs, Israeli salad and cheese borekas. Borekas are readily available in any Israeli grocery store, but homemade borekas can...

picture of recipeIsraeli Salad Recipe
green pepper,    olive oil,    pepper,    tomato,    cucumber,    salt,    lemon juice
Traditional, classic Israeli Salad, perfect as a side, salad, or as filling for your pita.
Chop all vegetables into small cubes, about 5cm squared (you can chop them larger if you like). Add olive oil...

picture of recipeOld-Fashioned Kosher Garlic and Dill Pickled Cucumbers - Israeli Recipe - Kosher Parve Recipes - Jew
dill,    garlic,    cucumber,    white vinegar,    salt,    water
My father made these Pickled Cucumbers when I was growing up. I tried them once, and my kids fell in love with them. Now every morning they ask me to make them a pita stuffed with humus and these pick...

picture of recipeIsraeli Salad Recipe
olive oil,    pepper,    parsley,    dill,    spring onion,    tomato,    cucumber,    salt,    lemon juice
The first time I had this simple salad was in the Negev camping out. It is simple, delicious and even my kids like it.
1   Combine all ingredients. Enjoy.   Browse Our Top Salads Recipes   Salat Katzutz ...

picture of recipeIsraeli Salad Recipe
olive oil,    pepper,    parsley,    mint,    lemon,    onion,    tomato,    cucumber,    salt
This is from SaveurMagazine. Posted for ZWT 2006
1   Combine the tomatoes, cucmbers and onions in a bowl.   2   Pour lemon juice over vegetables.   3   Add remaining ingredients and toss well before servin...

picture of recipePotato Borekas Recipe - Kosher Parve Recipes - Israeli Bureka
puff pastry,    sesame seed,    pepper,    potato,    onion,    garlic,    eggs,    salt,    vegetable fat spread
I grew up in Israel eating borekas. We tended to eat potato-filled borekas for lunch on the Sabbath, and cheese-filled borekas for dinner, along with salad, during the week. Borekas are readily availa...

picture of recipeMejadarra
olive oil,    pepper,    lentil,    onion,    salt,    rice,    water
Collection of 4000 recipes from all over the world. Great international and ethnic cuisine.
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picture of recipeE.T.'s Marinade for Steak (Meat)
beef steak,    olive oil,    parsley,    lemon,    garlic,    soy sauce
The lemon in this marinade tenderizes the steaks. The soy, garlic and parsley work with the lemon to add super flavor to the meat. E.T.'s Marinade for Steak is easy and tasty.
1. Mix oil, lemon, ...

picture of recipeCold Macaroni Side for Kids - Kosher Barbecue Side Dish Recipes - Yom HaAtzmaut Picnic Pasta Recipe
pepper,    dried garlic,    mustard,    salt,    mayonnaise,    pasta,    lemon juice
This child-friendly Macaroni Salad can be the starchy side dish on your barbecue menu. While this simple pasta salad can be easily dressed up with cherry tomatoes, red onion, broccoli, carrots or othe...

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