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Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Chicken Shawarma

This is a very famous road-side snack in the Middle East  and can be tried at home easily if u get a chance to buy pita bread.Otherwise U can try this recipe with bread slices or Indian breads.U will luv it at first-bite. Enjoy it anytime!.Bonappetit!.

Chicken Shawarma - Shredded chicken pieces served with Mayo rolled in Pita Bread.


Ingredients:
4 pita breads
150 gms boneless chicken - chopped into 2 cm pieces
1 tsp lime juice
1 tsp garlic paste
1/4 tsp ginger paste
3 tbsp mayonnaise
2 tbsp garlic sauce
few lettuce leaves
2 tbsp veg salad with cucumber+sweetcorn + shredded cheese or veg pickle(optional)
50 gms french fries(optional)

Directions

1.Marinate chicken with lime juice,garlic ginger paste and l/4 tsp salt for 15 mins.
2.Grill the chicken pieces a skewer in microwave 8 mins and then 6 more mins the other side.
3.In a bowl mix mayonnaise,garlic sauce for 2 mins to make it thick.
4.Take the chicken pieces from the skewer and  cut in to pieces.Mix it with Step 1 Garlic sauce.
5.Spread this chicken pieces on pita with 1-2 tbsp of step 1 Mayo-garlic sauce,chopped lettuce leaves and top it with  3-4 French fries and 1 tsp veg salad or pickle.
6.Roll the pita bread and serve it hot with tomato or mustard sauce.

9 comments:

khushi said...

wow very nice recipe!!
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MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Thanks a lot Khushi

Saru Singhal said...

I will stuff some veggies and try. Thanks for giving me this idea:)

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Thanks a lot Saru!.

joshidaniel.com said...

always loved shawarma!

Radhika said...

Nice to know a fellow blogger from chennai.

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Thanks a lot Joshi and Radhika,I'm delighted to hear from U.

Kalyani said...

Thanks for linking this ... but please note all entries for this and further events at my blog are strictly vegetarian. Do link out all your vegetarian entries only please .. I looked for an email to write to y ou, but cudnt find it, so am writing to you on this space.

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Kalyani
http://itsnotmadrasi.blogspot.com

Alice Lynn Alfred said...

The ginger I bet is what gives this a unique flavor....your blog always makes me hungry :>)