A program from the World Zionist Organization, Cooking Up In Hebrew, gathers groups all over the world for a series of cooking workshops in which participants cook, eat and learn Hebrew together.
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Recipe contributed by Elazar Ashtivkar. He shares, “In the Indian kitchen, there are no recipes.” Since it’s all “a little bit of this, a little bit of that,” feel free to adjust the seasoning in the potato filling to taste.
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