Tourist tip #30 / Shakshuka
Despite its funny name, Israelis are serious about this beloved breakfast dish, made from sizzling tomatoes, poached eggs, and an endless array of extras.
Some say that a visit to Israel isn’t complete without a taste of one of its most beloved breakfast dishes: the shakshuka. Meaning “all mixed up,” shakshuka is a nutritious, nourishing mix of eggs poached in a tomato sauce with garlic, spices and olive oil. It's so popular that it is served in restaurants all day long, and no matter where you travel in the country, you're likely to find it on the menu.