Expand your Israeli culinary horizons with jachnun
Originally a doughy Yemenite Shabbat breakfast dish, it's become an Israeli favorite for any time of day, with a helping of skhug.
If your exposure to Israeli cuisine has been limited to falafel, shwarma and hummus, it’s time to branch out. Israel, a land of immigrants, has a cuisine as multicultural as its population, with diverse flavors that span the spectrum.
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