What other food is sometimes added to meat in a Jewish cabbage roll?
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Kraut is a soup made with which vegetable?
Fritters called keftedes de prasa are made with which vegetable?
Which four letter word is the name of an Israeli spirit?
Chametz in Jewish tradition is a product made from one of how many types of grains?
What shape is a Teiglach pastry?
What is Merguez?
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Which herb is used to make a popular Middle Eastern tea?
Bamia is a Jewish stew made using which vegetable?
The fried dough snack food called Knish is most popular in which US city?
How many species are listed in the Bible as being special products of the land of Israel?
Orez Shu'it is an Israeli dish cooked with which type of beans?
The dish of Orez Shu'it is beans in which type of sauce?
Which animal group is not suitable for eating under kosher laws?
Falafel is often wrapped in which type of bread?
Many people think that which type of water makes New York bagels special?
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The Israeli 'Arab Kebab' is made with which type of meat?
Which type of soup is commonly called 'Jewish penicillin'?
Amba is a pickle made from which fruit?
Ponchik is a Hebrew word for which type of baked treat?
The first written mention of the bagel was in which century?
Muhammara is a dip made from which food?
McDonald's opened its first Israeli outlet in which decade?
Brik is a dish of fried pastry, usually with what in the middle?
How many main wine growing regions are there in Israel?
What is on a 'Bagel with lox and schmear'?
Salmon and Cream Cheese
Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine developed in which continent?
Medjool is a famous type of which fruit?
Which vegetable is most commonly mashed and used in the filling of a Knish?
What is an alternative spelling of the classic ring bread?
Malabi or Muhallebi is made with which main ingredient?
What must fish have to be considered kosher?
Matzo is made by combining flour and which liquid?
In Jewish slang, 'bagel' also means sleeping for how many hours in a stretch?
Baklava is a dessert made from what?
Sahlab is a liquid dessert made with which product?
How is Merguez sausage cooked in Israel?
Kosher food is divided into how many food categories?
What is Za'atar?
How is the flatbread called Malawach cooked?
Which herb is used to made condiment called Zhug or Skhug?
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Which bread product is nicknamed 'roll with a hole'?
The first Hebrew cookbook was written in which decade?
Israel's leading snack brand, Bamba, was introduced in which decade?
Angel Bakeries controls what percentage of the bread market in Israel?
What seeds are used on top of a pastry called a Ziva?
The term 'kosher' literally means what?
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Yemenite Jewish cuisine originates in which part of the world?
How long does something have to stand with water to be leavened and considered Chametz?
Jewish pumpernickel bread originates in which European country?
Which part of a chicken is used in a Jerusalem Mixed Grill?
Haminados is a Jewish stew with which main ingredient?
What is in the center of Holishkes, or cabbage rolls?
Shirin polo is a rice dish associated with Jewish traditions in which part of the world?
Resek is an Israeli condiment made with which item?
What shape is a traditional Rugelavch pastry?
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What is usually in the appetiser called Vorschmack?
Kibbeh is a dish of ground beef mixed with which grain?
What type of bread is used to make a sabich?
The 'Everything Bagel', with a range of toppings, was invented in which year?
Silan is a sweet syrup made from which type of sticky fruit?
What combines with tomato to make the appetiser of Matbukha?
What are Kashrut in terms of Jewish food?
The bialy is a bread product similar to the bagel, but from which country?
Which fruit would you find in the layered cake called a Flodni?
Fazuelos are which type of fried dish?
Pekalach are small bags of food thrown at which type of celebration?
What is usually aded to carrots for the sweet stew of Tzimmes?
Tzfat, also known as Safed cheese, was first made in which year?
Food could not get into Jerusalem during a siege in which year?
Which black seeds are commonly found on top of bagels?
Which ingredient is essential when making tahini?
Which roast meat is particularly associated with Hannukah?
Bagels started to be made by an automatic process in which century?
What is poached for the dish of Shakshouka?
Chrain is a European dish of which fiery root, pickled?
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Pastries called Makroud are pastries brought to Israel by immigrants from which country?
The three main ingredients of Skhug sauce are chillis, coriander and which other food?
What is the name of the Jewish swirled bread made with nuts and chocolate?
Cow' is an Israeli brand of which type of product?
Lokshen are which type of food in Ashkenazi Jewish cooking?
The dish of Shirin Polo has which main ingredient?
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What encases the filling in a Hillel Sandwich?
Kasha varnishkes is a dish of buckwheat and which other food?
Burika is Israeli street food originating in which part of the world?
Gefilte fish is made by mixing fish with eggs and what else?
Kugel is a baked casserole of noodles or which other food?
Which ingredient would you need to make a Tabbouleh salad?
Havita b'laffa is a dish of what item served in a flatbread?
What type of salsa is traditionally served with a Jachnun pastry?
What is spread on Malawach dough before cooking?
The hole-less bagel called a bialy is filled with which vegetable?
Karat is a famous Israeli brand of which traditionally Russian product?
What type of food is Maror?
Bagels are a famous product of the Brick Lane area in which European city?
What is ras el hanout?
The symbolic food of Charoset is supposed to look like what?
What is the Israeli ingredient called Baharat?
Mimouna is a celebratory dinner for people with origins in which part of the world?
What are in the small bags called Pekalach which are thrown at Jewish celebrations?