The rise and rise of egg roll is a popular dish that is also very healthy and delicious.
In the Middle East, this dish is known as “kashrut” or the dish of sacrifice.
While it may sound like a weird term, egg roll was first made in a Jewish family kitchen in Israel, which is where the recipe is said to have originated.
It is said that the Jewish name for egg roll originated in the Middle Eastern country of Yemen.
The dish is typically served on a roll with an egg and a side of sour cream.
The ingredients are a mix of olive oil, kashruta (a type of sourdough bread) and olive oil from a different country, which may be the main ingredient.
It comes together quickly and is quite easy to make.
Here is how to make it.
Ingredients for the rise and lift: ½ cup olive oil