Yemenite Jew in Mahane Yehuda market, Jerusalem, Israel | by Galit Govezensky

Yemenite Jew in Mahane Yehuda market, Jerusalem, Israel | by Galit Govezensky

Kubaneh bread is a popular Hanukkah bread with Yemenite Jews. Most now reside in Israel although a few hundred still reside it Yemen. This is usually prepared for a Sabbath breakfast or lunch and is baked at a very low temperature in a covered pan or Dutch oven to steam it more than bake it.It’s usually served in the morning and is both tender and it’s wonderfully sweet, and is a finger food that is meant to be pulled apart by hand. This is one of the things that make it a kid’s favorite.

Kubaneh bread is a popular Hanukkah bread with Yemenite Jews. Most now reside in Israel although a few hundred still reside it Yemen. This is usually prepared for a Sabbath breakfast or lunch and is baked at a very low temperature in a covered pan or Dutch oven to steam it more than bake it.It’s usually served in the morning and is both tender and it’s wonderfully sweet, and is a finger food that is meant to be pulled apart by hand. This is one of the things that make it a kid’s favorite.

Yemenite Jews, early 20th Century.

Yemenite Jews, early 20th Century.

Picture a Day: Yemenite Jews: The American Colony Photographers' Favorite Portrait Subjects

Picture a Day: Yemenite Jews: The American Colony Photographers' Favorite Portrait Subjects

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