The prince charming of Israeli food, hummus (or humus, hummous, etc), hummus is actually originally Lebanese. Hummus is a kind of dip or spread made from crushed chickpeas and mixed with tehina sauce, lemon, olive oil, salt and garlic.
It can be served in many ways, including as a main dish accompanied by ful (fava beans) and hard boiled egg, as well as a side dish at a big meal. Hummus has also become big business in Israel, where in addition to the many cafes and restaurants that serve it, you can also find an amazing variety of hummus in tubs in every supermarket.
Hummus is also known for its high nutritional value. And it’s also very accepted if you wipe clean your hummus plate with a chunk of pita bread.