The foods of Israel List of Israeli dishes • Falafel- Deep fried ball made of ground chickpeas or fava beans • Kubba bamia - Kubba made of semolina or rice and okra cooked in a tomato stew or soup • Kubba seleq - Kubba Stew or Soup made of Beet • Kebab - minced lamb, beef or chicken flavored with parsley or coriander, spices, nuts and date, pomegranate, tamarind or carob molasses • Shashlik • Kufta - meatballs made of minced meat, spices and herbs cooked in tomato sauce, tamarind or date molasses alongside beans, peas, vegetables, etc. • Bamia - Okra stew cooked in hot tomato, pomegranate or tamarind sauce with onions, served with meat and rice • Skewered Goose Liver - flavored with spices. • Tilapia - St. Peter's fish, eaten in Israel and especially in Tiberias fried or baked spices. • Denesse - in the coastal region is baked in the oven with yogurt, tomatoes, garlic, dried mint and cucumbers, it is also fried. • Merguez - North African spicy sausage, mainly grilled in Israel • Moussaka - oven-baked layer dish of a ground meat and eggplant casserole • Shakshouka - a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, and onions, often spiced with cumin • Schnitzel - Fried chicken with breadcrumbs or flour, in the flour version the chicken can be flavored with lemon juice, turmeric, cumin, sumac, paprika and more. • Brik • Ktzitzot Khubeza - a patty made of mallow, bulgur/bread crumbs, eggs, onion, olive oil • Malawach - Big bread eaten with fresh grated tomato and skhug • Hamin - variety of Shabbats stews • Jakhnun - Pastry served at Shabbat morning with fresh grated tomato and skhug, eaten for breakfast especially in Shabbath • Ziva - puff pastry topped with sesame seeds and filled with cheese and olives • Ptitim • Couscous • Mujaddara - Lentil and bulgur casserole • Orez Shu'it - white beans cooked in a tomato stew and served on rice • Gefilte fish - such as carp, whitefish, or pike, which is typically eaten as an appetizer. It is a dish traditionally served by Ashkenazi Jewish households. • Burgul - cooked in many ways. • Kishka - in Israel it is available in the frozen-food section of most supermarkets. • Macaroni Hamin - is a traditional Sephardic Jerusalemite dish originally from the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. • Khachapuri - bread filled with eggs and cheese.