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  • Planning to cook more Israeli food at home? Then you may want an affordable specialty tool like a falafel mold or a couscous sifter (for authentic homemade couscous) to enhance the cooking experience! Here are 5 tools to consider.
  • A dutch oven with vegetarian soup with freekeh along with a ladle and two bowls.
    1 hr, 10 min
    Dairy-Free, Healthy, Vegetarian
    Simple ingredients come together to make a deeply satisfying and nourishing soup. Freekeh, smoked wheat, adds a character and body while vegetables like kohlrabi, carrots, and zucchini boost the nutrition and flavor factor.
  • Falafel air fryer recipe
    24 min
    Healthy, Vegetarian
    Falafel made in the air fryer is crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle. Stuff them in a pita packed with veggies and tahini sauce for an easy, quick meal!
  • A casserole dish with six yellow bell peppers to show how to make stuffed peppers.
    1 hr, 10 min
    Healthy
    These stuffed bell peppers are festive, flavorful, and good for you. The filling is a combo of chicken, garlic, onions, and bright, fresh herbs — a riff on Middle Eastern kofta. Pop them into the oven to bake, then serve with a minty yogurt sauce on the side.
  • Harissa Honey Pargiyot in a white skillet on a wooden cutting board.
    Adeena Sussman—author of "Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors from My Israeli Kitchen"—guides us through the essentials of cooking authentic Israeli food at home.
  • Cookbook Author Adeena Sussman in her kitchen chopping vegetables.
    Adeena Sussman has co-authored 11 cookbooks and published her first solo cookbook, the widely celebrated Sababa, in 2019. We sat down with the author to discuss the extraordinary multicultural beauty of Israeli cuisine.

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