Hebrew English Poultry Chart

Posted Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
By Marc Gottlieb

Chicken is the most consumed protein in Israel by far. Of course, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t enough confusion in the simplest of meats that a little help wouldn’t hurt.

I’ve prepared this chart so you can name the different types of poultry available as well as the names of the various cuts and parts.

 


Item/Term
Singular Hebrew
Plural Hebrew
Transliterated singular, plural
ChickenעוףעופותOhf, ohfot
Spring ChickenפרגיתפרגיותPargit, pargiyot
Turkey
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תרנגול) הודו)תרנגולי) הודו)(Tarnigol) Hodu, (tarnigolei) Hodu
Cornish HenעופיוןעופיונותOhfyon, ohfyonot
DuckברווזברווזיםBarvaz, barvazim
GooseאווזאווזיםAvaz, avazim
MallardמולארדMolard
QuailשליושלוויםSlav, slavim
PheasantפסיוןFisyon
LiverכבדKaved
GizzardקורקבןKorkuban
HeartלבלבבותLev, levavot
FeetרגליםRaglayim
FatשומןShuman
WholeשלםשלמיםShalem, shleimim
BreastחזהחזותChazeh, chazot
ThighירךירכייםYerech, yarkayyim
LegשוקשוקייםShuk, shukayim
Leg QuarterכרעכרעייםKerah, karayim
WingכנףכנפייםKanaf; k’nafayim
NeckגרוןגרונותGaron, garonot
Boneless ThighפרגיתפרגיותPargit, pargiyot
SkinעורOhr
BoneעצםעצמותEtzem, atzmot
CutletשניצלשניצליםShnitzel, shnitzelim
GroundטחוןTachun

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  2. Philip Trauring says:

    Are you sure about Mallard? I believe it's actually Mulard, which is a different animal (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulard). I've asked in restaurants about it, and they say it's a cross-bred duck, which fits with Mulard, not Mallard.

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