Israel is one of the most diverse countries on Earth… so what better way to celebrate Israel’s diversity and to educate the world on modern Israeli culture than to share our cuisine!
Our website offers a vast resource of more than 1,000 original recipes and photos displaying the country’s rich and diverse cuisine while exploring Israel’s culture and innovative spirit. Our pet peeve is recipe websites that give you paragraphs of filler before they get to the recipe itself. At IsraeliRecipe, our intent is to provide the necessary background information about a certain dish (if necessary), give a quip or two, some tips on how to best prepare a certain recipe and the recipe itself. That’s it! Feel free to comment and join the discussion, but we want to cook… so let’s get to it!
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Chicken & Matzah Ball Soup is the bedrock on which meals are made and often the catalyst to curing colds.
Typically served on Shabbat, you’ll have your friends and family clamoring for a bit of this not-too-complex Traditional Cholent Recipe.
Berbere Spice is a cornerstone flavor of Ethiopian cuisine. Israelis especially love its hot flavor and versatility in usage for all kinds of dishes.
Baba Ganoush is generally served before a meal in Israel as an appetizer or as an afternoon snack.
Delicious Deli-Style Egg Salad doesn’t have to be a 30-minute science experiment with unknown outcomes! Try this easy tried-and-true recipe today!
This Vegetarian Yemenite Soup is rich in flavor and light on ingredients making it perfect for a weeknight meal or starter for a Shabbat dinner.
Vegan and Gluten-Free? These Chocolate Chip Tahini Cookies are so good your guests will never know From the realm of Israeli tahini-related desserts comes these tasty vegan and gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Tahini Cookies. I think we might have a little Tahini obsession. From delicious Gluten-Free Tahini Banana Bread to our easy-to-make homemade tahini […]
Dairy-Free and Delicious, the Artichoke Lovers’ Easy Chicken Bake is Perfect for Weeknights and Tomorrow’s Lunch!
If you’re looking for a tasty vegetarian dish to try this summer, try our Israeli Couscous with Summer Veggies.
One of our favorite foods is the Classic Israeli Schnitzel – a chicken cutlet breaded and fried to perfection.
Tempting Mediterranean Cheese Bourekas that takes minutes to make
This Moroccan Beef Tajine is a hearty stew worthy of the name
Baharat, which translates literally from Arabic to mean “spices” is found throughout the Mediterranean and Middle East in several different variations.
The Classic Israeli Salad is a perfect example of the healthy, fresh Israeli Mediterranean Diet
This Stuffed Mushrooms with Israeli Couscous and Goat Cheese recipe is a great way to start a meal or entertain guests
The Traditional Ethiopian Alicha Wot is an African vegan delight. Eaten alone or with injera, couscous or rice, this veggie-filled dish does the trick.
Sephardi Jews are responsible for bringing matbucha (also spelled “Matbukha”) to Israel and it has become one of the most popular dips in the country!
Falafel-Crusted Chicken Drumsticks are kid-friendly and delicious
Perfect for Shabbat or quick meals during the week, this Simple Shabbat Deli Roll
If you’re in the mood for a tasty dessert, try this Vegan Jewish Honey Cake Recipe which is soy-free, nut-free and simple to make.