Travelling to a foreign country is not that easy; one of the things that I have been asked repeatedly by hosts is “Did you have dinner?”. Usually, I make my own food but sometimes hosts are being so nice and invite you for dinner. I decided that I’ll do something else; every time I reached a host I tried my best to make some dinner. Most of the time I made some Shakshuka, but there are other options that could fit just right in as an Israeli meal. Here are some of the most popular options for Israeli Travellers food.
Tahini has so many benefits. It goes great with almost any other food (you could put it on your salads, shakshuka, falafel, and a lot of other options). Moreover, it has a lot of iron (B12) and many other vitamins that are great for our body. One way to eat tahini is by making tahini cookies. Eliran, a traveler that stayed in Auckland during the COVID 19 pandemic in New Zealand, shares his recipe for great tahini cookies on our website.
Dror, our staff writer, has made us some Passover French Toast. It’s called Matzo Brie; frying some matzas with eggs and milk. He told us how he makes it, with the simple recipe that comes from his mama, Miri.