Jachnun or Jahnun (d͡ʒaχˈnun, Hebrew : גַ׳חְנוּן) is an Israeli pastry made by Yemeni Jews that is served on Sabbath morning. It is prepared from dough which is rolled out thinly, brushed with shortening, clarified butter or samneh), and rolled up, similar to puff pastry.
Hummus is a Middle Eastern dip, spread, or savory dish made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, lemon juice, and garlic. The standard garnish in the Middle East includes olive oil, a few whole chickpeas, parsley, and paprika.
Cholent (טשאָלנט) or hamin (חמין) is a traditional Jewish stew. It is usually simmered overnight for 12 hours or more, and eaten for lunch on Shabbat. Cholent was developed over the centuries to conform with Jewish laws that prohibit cooking on the Sabbath.
Sabich sandwich is a delicious Israeli snack food. A Sabich combines hot, salty, fried aubergine and cold salad with creamy, nutty hummus and zingy crunchy pickles. Sabich is one of the more popular pita sandwiches you'll find in Israel.