Israeli Salad

Israeli salad (Hebrew: סָלָט יְרָקוֹת יִשְׂרְאֵלִי, salat yerakot yisraeli, "Israeli vegetable salad") is a chopped salad of finely diced tomato and cucumber. "Distinguished by the tiny diced tomatoes and cucumbers," it is described as the "most well-known national dish of Israel."

In Israel, it is also commonly referred to as salat yerakot (Hebrew: סָלָט יְרָקוֹת, "vegetable salad"), salat katsutz (Hebrew: סָלָט קָצוּץ, "chopped salad") and salat aravi (Hebrew: סָלָט עֲרָבִי, "Arab salad").

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