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Warm Lemon-Cumin Chicken on Pita Bread Salad

Warm Lemon-Cumin Chicken on Pita Bread Salad



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Ingredients

  • 4 skinless boneless chicken breast halves
  • 1/4 cup plus 6 tablespoons olive oil
  • 6 tablespoons lemon juice, divided
  • 6 teaspoons ground cumin, divided
  • 2 teaspoons grated lemon peel
  • 3 stale pita breads, cut into 1/4-inch squares
  • 1 cup chopped fresh Italian parsley or cilantro
  • 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons chopped fresh mint

Recipe Preparation

  • Combine chicken and 1/4 cup oil in large bowl. Add garlic, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 5 teaspoons cumin, and lemon peel. Rub mixture into chicken to coat. Cover and refrigerate overnight.

  • Preheat oven to 400°F. Combine remaining 6 tablespoons oil, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon cumin, pita bread, parsley, tomatoes, green onions, and 1/2 cup mint in large bowl. Season salad with salt and pepper. Cover and refrigerate while cooking chicken.

  • Transfer chicken from marinade to rimmed baking sheet; sprinkle with salt. Bake chicken 10 minutes; turn over and bake until cooked through, about 10 minutes longer. Place chicken on cutting board; slice each breast crosswise into 5 pieces. Arrange salad on large platter. Place chicken atop salad; pour any drippings from baking sheet over chicken. Garnish with remaining 2 tablespoons mint.

Reviews Section

Chicken Shawarma

This Chicken Shawarma is juicy, spiced chicken wrapped in flatbreads with a creamy, tahini dressing - perfect for hot or cold weather.

Sharwarma. Is it just me or does that word sound like something deliciously smoochy like a romantic slow dance outdoors, in a candlelit square of a beautiful warm country. With lots of wine. Hmmm. Maybe I need a holiday (don't we all !). If I said Sharwarma to Chris on the other hand, he'd immediately think of Iron Man's sharwarma quote in that Avengers film. Actually, that was the first time I'd ever heard of this dish, and if Iron Man thought it'd be good, then it was bound to be.


About Us

Located in the heart of Victor, El Basha Mediterranean Eatery serves authentic recipes with classic Egyptian hospitality. From our flavorful beef and chicken dishes to our wide variety of vegetarian options, we have a little something for everyone. Although we mainly serve lunch and dinner, we also offer takeout and catering options to better serve our customers in Victor, NY Pittsford, NY Rochester, NY and the surrounding areas. Read below to hear from some of our past customers.


Mediterranean Veggie Pitas

Here’s a quick and simple dinner idea that is loaded with flavor – Mediterranean veggie pitas! Cooked in just one pan, with only a couple of spices, these pita sandwiches come together in a snap.

I love the simplicity of these Mediterranean veggie pitas. Served warm, with a drizzle of the easiest lemon and cumin sauce, and best of all, made in one pan. To know me is to know I hate doing dishes, so the fewer pans to wash, the better.

So, if you’re looking for an easy weeknight dinner, look no further. You’ll get tons of veggies, and have the option to add a protein of your choosing to round out your meal.

These veggie pitas have a few simple ingredients:

  1. The star of the show here are the vegetables — zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, yellow squash, which are sautéed with a little cumin and garlic.
  2. Whole wheat or multigrain pita loaves — perfect for piling in the delicious veggies mentioned above.
  3. Optional protein of your choice — whether plant-based or not, you’ll find it easy to pair a protein with these veggie pitas. Hummus, lentils or chickpeas, stir fry lean beef, or chicken would all pair well with the veggies here.

To make these Mediterranean veggie pitas, start by chopping up your vegetables into roughly the same size pieces – about 1/2 to 1 inch in length.

Next, heat some olive oil in a large skillet — if you’re cooking a protein here, go ahead and add that into the pan and cook that first, then remove and add your veggies along with the cumin and garlic. Sauté that until the veggies are tender. While the veggies are cooking you can mix up the simple lemon cumin sauce.

Then fill your pitas, drizzle a little sauce on the top, and you’re all set.

These Mediterranean veggie pitas are perfect for a quick weeknight meal where you need to get a meal on the table in about 30 minutes or less. Simple, filling, and delicious, I hope you enjoy them!


Middle Eastern Cookbooks

By no means an exhaustive list, these are some of the best Middle Eastern cookbooks to have in your kitchen for specific recipes, foundational techniques, historical insights, and more inspiration:

  • “Arabesque: A Taste of Morocco, Turkey, and Lebanon” by Caludia Roden, $30.08 from Amazon
  • “Aromas of Aleppo: The Legendary Cuisine of Syrian Jews” by Poopa Dweck and Michael J. Cohen, $49.99 from Amazon
  • “Bottom of the Pot: Persian Recipes and Stories” by Naz Deravian, $33.75 from Amazon
  • “Food of Life: Ancient Persian and Modern Iranian Cooking and Ceremonies” by Najmieh Batmanglij, $42.17 from Amazon
  • “Jerusalem: A Cookbook” by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi, $24.99 from Amazon
  • “Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen: Authentic Recipes for Fresh and Flavorful Mediterranean Home Cooking” by Julie Ann Sageer and Leah Bhabha, $21.27 from Amazon
  • “New Feast: Modern Middle Eastern Vegetarian” by Greg and Lucy Malouf, $29.99 from Amazon
  • “Olives, Lemons and Za’atar: The Best Middle Eastern Home Cooking” by Rawia Bishara, $29.99 from Amazon
  • “Our Syria: Recipes from Home” by Dina Mousawi and Itab Azzam, $30 from Amazon
  • “Palestine on a Plate: Memories from My Mother’s Kitchen” by Joudie Kalla, $35 from Amazon
  • “Rose Water and Orange Blossoms: Fresh & Classic Recipes from My Lebanese Kitchen” by Maureen Abood, $30 from Amazon
  • “Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors From My Israeli Kitchen” by Adeena Sussman, $23.49 from Amazon
  • “The Turkish Cookbook” by Musa Dagdeviren, $38.31 from Amazon
  • “Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking” by Michael Solomonov, $24.43 from Amazon
  • “Zaitoun: Recipes from the Palestinian Kitchen” by Yasmin Khan, $26.95 from Amazon

Falafel with yoghurt-tahini sauce

Egypt's favourite street food is crisp on the outside, fluffy inside, and delicious throughout.

Ingredients

  • 200 gm (2 cups) dried chickpeas, soaked overnight in cold water
  • 200 gm podded broad beans (about 600gm unpodded)
  • 1 Spanish onion, finely chopped
  • 2 garlic cloves, crushed
  • 1 tsp each ground coriander, cumin and cayenne
  • 1 cup each coarsely chopped flat-leaf parsley and coriander
  • 1 lemon, finely grated rind only
  • 3 tsp plain flour
  • 1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
  • For deep-frying: vegetable oil
  • To serve: pickled chillies, mixed herb leaf salad (see note) and warm flat-bread
  • 2 tsp cumin seeds
  • 2 tbsp sea salt flakes
  • 1 lemon, finely grated rind only
  • ½ tsp dried chilli flakes
  • 55 gm (2½ tbsp) tahini
  • 2 tbsp lemon juice
  • 150 gm Greek-style plain yoghurt
  • 1 garlic clove, crushed

Method

Notes

You'll need to begin this recipe a day ahead. You could use any delicate herb for the salad here we've used flat-leaf parsley, chives, mint and dill.
This recipe is from the September 2009 issue of
.


Baba ghanoush with warm pita

1) Split the aubergine in half through the stem and score sides. Drizzle with olive oil and season with salt. Griddle aubergine on a very hot griddle pan until skins are wrinkled and black and flesh side is nicely charred. When the aubergines are cool enough to handle, cut off tops.

2) In a food processor, combine aubergine, garlic, tahini, lemon juice, cumin, and coriander and puree until smooth. Season with salt and pepper. Pour in the olive oil and pulse again to incorporate. Taste and adjust seasoning, as needed. Pour into a serving bowl and garnish with a drizzle of olive oil and some roughly chopped coriander. Serve with pita strips for dipping.

1) Preheat oven to 190C/Gas 5. Put the pita strips in a large mixing bowl. Combine za'atar spice mix and extra-virgin olive oil and drizzle over wedges. Season with salt and toss to coat evenly.

2) Lay out strips on a roasting tray and bake in the hot oven for 10 to 15 mins until warmed through. If you prefer a crispier pita, bake for a further 5 to 7 mins. Serve warm with baba ghanoush.


Warm Lemon-Cumin Chicken on Pita Bread Salad - Recipes

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Soups

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All salad dressings are mixed in.
ABA Salad

Arugula, lettuce, cucumber, tomato, artichoke, tossed with lemon, olive oil

Shepherd Salad (small)

Chopped tomatoes, parsley, cucumber, onions, tossed with lemon, vinegar, and olive oil & seasoned by herbs

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Chopped tomatoes, parsley, cucumber, onions, tossed with lemon, vinegar, and olive oil & seasoned by herbs

Chicken Salad

Choice of Shepherd Salad or Mixed Green Salad topped with grilled chicken, tossed with lemon, vinegar, & olive oil

Green Salad

Romaine lettuce, carrot, red cabbage with olive oil & lemon

Falafel Salad

Mixed green salad tossed with tahini dressing and topped with falafel

Arugula Salad

Baby arugula, onion and carrots tossed with lemon juice and olive oil

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Romaine lettuce, croutons, parmesan cheese

Greek Salad

Lettuce, tomatoes, onions, feta cheese, grape leaves, olive oil and lemon juice

Mediterranean Salad

Lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, corn, parsley, green peppers, onion, olive oil, lemon juice and feta cheese on top

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Hummus

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Lebni

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Cacik

Finely chopped cucumbers blend with garlic yogurt, dill & mint

Red Bean Salad

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Pan fried calf's liver served sumac, parsley and onion

Spinach Borek

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Stuffed Cabbage Leaves (Lahana Sarmasi)

White cabbage leaves stuffed with rice, ground lamb, onion, tomato, dill. Served with warm garlic yogurt

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Warm Lemon-Cumin Chicken on Pita Bread Salad - Recipes

Good food and social engagement is a very important part of the whole Transition concept. Our emphasis on local resilience and sustainability also means that we value the benefits of eating locally produced food, grown in a manner that is responsible to the environment in which we live.

Many of our meetings and film nights celebrate these principles with, what else. FOOD! In response to the requests for some of our recipes, this page highlights some of the awesome, nutritious , in-season, locally sourced snacks that we have served at our gatherings. Enjoy!

Special THANKS to Cathy Hansen (Philosopher's Kitchen)!

2 cups Whole wheat flour *
¾ cup water
1 TBSP olive oil
¾ tsp salt
½ tsp Instant yeast or 1/8 cup sourdough starter

* Whole wheat flour: Several types will work, but your best bet is one that will allow for good gluten development, such as hard red or hard white flour. Different flours absorb different amounts of water. You may find that the flour you use requires a greater or lesser quantity of water than this recipe calls for in order to achieve the same dough consistency. There is a fairly wide margin of "error" on a consistency that will work. It should be not too stiff and not too sticky to knead by hand. Just try to get sort of close to the consistency of the dough in this video. Hopefully it is not difficult to judge visually.

Yield: Makes 4 large pita breads = 8 pita pockets

Add the olive oil to the water. If making the sourdough version, mix the starter into the water too.

Mix the combined dry ingredients into the water until well incorporated and let it rest (covered) for 10 minutes.

Knead for 5-10 minutes or do a series of stretch and folds as described in the video.

Cover and let rise for about 8-12 hours.

Divide the dough into 4 equal size portions and form them into balls. Roll the ball into round disks somewhere around 1/8 - 1/4 inch thick.

Bake at 500ºF (260ºC) on fully preheated baking stone or upside down cookie sheet for about 5 minutes. Place your baking stone on an upper oven rack so the radiant heat from the top of your oven bakes the top of the pita more evenly with the bottom. Your oven and stone/baking sheet should be as hot as your oven will go.

Pitas are ready to eat just 10 minutes after removing from oven. Store your uneaten pitas in a plastic bag soon after cooling to keep them pliable.

Cinnamon Pita Crisps with Maple Cinnamon Yogurt Dip - Yield: 32 pieces
A great after school snack or brunch treat.
Prep time: 10 min Bake Time: 15 min

Preheat the oven to 375 F. Cut each pita in to 8 wedges. Melt the butter and whisk in the salt and maple syrup. Allow to cool slightly to help keep the syrup and butter emulsified. Whisk to blend. Brush both sides of each wedge with the butter and place on a cookie sheet. Sprinkle liberally with cinnamon. Bake for 12-15 min.

Cool and store in an airtight container.

Maple Cinnamon Yogurt

1 cup plain organic yogurt (vanilla works too)
2 TBSP maple syrup
Cinnamon to taste

4 cups cooked, peeled and cubed local, organic beets
2 TBSP organic tahini
½ - ¾ tsp ground cumin
1½ tsp organic lemon juice
½ tsp salt
1½ tsp local, organic garlic, finely minced

Boil the beets until very tender then peel and chop into 1" chunks.

Put the beets, garlic, and tahini in a food processor and blend until quite smooth. Add lemon, cumin, and salt. Continue blending until thoroughly mixed.

Tastes better after 1 day!

1 cup of Greek or strained yogurt
2 TBSP mayonnaise
2 cloves garlic (roasted or fresh)

Combine yogurt, mayonnaise and garlic in food processor until blended.

1 cup finely chopped kale (fresh of frozen)
½ cup finely chopped spinach or other seasonal greens (fresh or frozen)
2 chopped green onions
¼ cup chopped radish
¼ cup chopped carrot

Combine chopped veggies in a bowl and stir in yogurt mixture.

1 tsp salt
¼ tsp ground pepper
¼ paprika

Serve with fresh veggies, corn chips, or toasted pita.

2 cups cooked black beans
2/3 cup chopped fresh parsley
1/3 cup walnuts (optional)
¼ cup water
1 TBSP fresh lemon juice
2 TBSP olive oil
1 tsp ground cumin
1 clove garlic, minced
½ tsp ground red pepper flakes
Salt and pepper to taste

Blend all ingredients in a food processor until smooth. If too thick add a bit more water. Taste and adjust seasonings, and refrigerate. Serve with fresh veggies, crackers, or corn chips.

Raise Your Eyebrows, Knock your Socks Off, Apple Cider-Chili-Bean Dip

Prep. time: 10 min Makes approximately 2 cups

2 cups organic beans cooked & drained (Kidney & Pinto beans work well together)
OR BEGIN WITH
1 cup organic dry beans. Cook and drain.

¼ cup organic olive oil or local organic sunflower oil
1 TBSP organic apple cider vinegar
1 tsp organic lemon juice (or to taste)
2 tsp organic chili powder
½ tsp organic ground cumin *
1 TBSP organic tomato paste
Pinch of salt
* organic spices are readily available from natural food stores.

In food processor (fitted with a blending blade) combine all of the ingredients. Blend until smooth. Taste and adjust flavours until it knocks your socks off!

This is great as a snack with crackers, pita, or carrot sticks.

Chickpea and Kale Spread or Salad - (vegkitchen.com modified)
Total Prep time: 15 mins, Serves: 6-8
Chickpeas and kale are a tasty team, and this combination makes a great spread for bread, a filling for pitas, or served open-faced. Try a chunky version as a salad or processed smoother as a dip for fresh veggies.

2 medium kale leaves (any variety) *
1 medium carrot, cut into chunks
2 TBSP nutritional yeast (optional)
½ cup mayonnaise
1½ tsp mustard
¼ cup fresh parsley leaves or 1 TBSP fresh dill leaves (optional)
2 TBSP lemon juice, to taste
1 tsp curry powder, or more to taste
1 tsp ground cumin, or more to taste
2 cups cooked or one 15- to 16-ounce can (drained and rinsed) chickpeas
1 to 2 scallions, green parts only, cut into large pieces, or ¼ of a small red onion
Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste
* in winter I use frozen kale that has not been blanched, or fresh use arugula or spinach in place of kale if you like

Combine everything except the chickpeas and the onion in a food processor pulse until finely chopped, not too fine if you are serving as a salad.

Add the chickpeas and onion and pulse until the chickpeas are evenly chopped and everything is nicely blended — don’t over-process leave the mixture a bit chunky for a salad, finer for a spread.

Nutrition information (per ½ cup serving)
Calories: 220 Total fat: 7g Protein: 13g Carbohydrates: 29g Fiber: 9g Sodium: 208mg
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1½ cups organic rolled oats
1 cup organic whole wheat or whole spelt flour or other flour
½ tsp salt
½ cup water
¼ cup organic olive or other oil (sunflower oil is nice)
1 tsp herbs (black pepper, thyme, savoury, basil, oregano, hot chilies or combination)
OPTION – 1 TBSP sugar or honey plus ½ tsp cinnamon, for a graham cracker flavour

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease the back of a baking sheet or use parchment paper (paper can be reused several times).

Place the rolled oats into a blender or the work bowl of a food processor and pulse several times to grind them into coarse flour. Stir the oat flour together with whole wheat flour, salt and herbs in a bowl. Whisk the water and oil together and pour over the dry ingredients, mixing to form soft dough.

Place the dough on the greased baking sheet and roll out 1/8-inch thick. If using parchment, roll out the dough on the parchment paper and lift on to the back of the baking sheet. (Using the back of the baking sheet means you are less likely to burn the edges of the crackers.) Using a knife, partially slice through the dough in desired shapes.

Bake in the preheated oven until golden brown, 35 - 40 minutes. Watch carefully the last 10 min. They should break apart easily when done. Allow to cool completely on the baking sheet before breaking along score lines into individual crackers.

Crackers keep well in a cookie tin for a long time. if you don’t eat them all first!

Did you know. Parsnips are sweeter after a frost! They can be left in the garden after the frost date and harvested through the winter and spring.

Slice parsnips into approx. 1/8 inch pieces.
Toss in a bowl with organic olive oil or local organic sunflower oil.
Spread out on cookie sheet in a single layer. Sprinkle with salt if desired.
Bake for about 20 minutes or until parsnips are soft and golden brown.

½ cup warm water
1 TBSP honey
2 tsp salt
2 tsp active dry yeast

In a large bowl dissolve honey and salt in warm water. Stir in yeast and let stand for 10 minutes.

2½ cups all purpose flour
2 cups spelt flour
¼ cup organic sunflower oil

Mix remaining 3 ingredients into yeast mixture to form a ball. Remove from bowl and knead by hand for 5 minutes. Return dough to bowl and cover. Let rise until doubled in size - about 1 hr.

1 egg mixed with 1 TBSP water
Kosher or Pickling salt

Before shaping dough, preheat oven to 400 F. Cut off small sections of dough and roll into thin rope. Pretzels will double again in size while baking.

Place formed pretzels on parchment about an inch apart. Brush with egg mixture and sprinkle with salt.

Bake pretzels for about 15 minutes until golden brown.

1 lb spinach, fresh or frozen *
1 TBSP oil or butter
2 cups chopped onion
6 eggs, beaten
1½ cups grated cheese (cheddar, mozz, or feta work well)
¼ tsp salt
Lots of fresh ground pepper

Chop fresh spinach or break frozen spinach apart and let it thaw slightly. Don’t thaw all the way or you lose too much juice.

Sautee onions with the salt and pepper until light golden. Beat the eggs. Combine spinach eggs, onions and cheese. Pour in to a greased 8x8 casserole dish or pie plate.

Bake at 350 F for 40-45 minutes until firm in the middle and browned on the edges.

* Hint: Freeze fresh spinach. Put clean dry spinach in the freezer in a plastic bag. Once frozen, crush down so it takes up less space and is easier to chop.

1½ cups cooked lentils (rinsed and drained) or quinoa
3 cups of any combination of the following: raw cashews, walnuts, pecans, sunflower seeds *
1½ - 2 cups of water
1/3 cup nutritional yeast (optional)
¾ tsp coarse salt
¼ tsp fresh ground black pepper
2 TBSP oil
¼ cup fresh lemon juice
* measure nuts after they have soaked and absorbed some water

2 TBSP raw pumpkin seeds
2 TBSP nutritional yeast or a pinch of salt
spices: salt, cayenne, pepper, red pepper flakes
1 TBSP dried Italian Herbs

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Using a food processor or blender, chop up the crust accent ingredients to a coarse texture. Set aside in a separate bowl. No need to wash the food processor to continue the recipe.

Add your nuts &/or seeds to a large bowl and add very hot tap water. Allow them to soak for about twenty minutes. Drain the water, rinse and place the nuts in a food processor or blender along with the rinsed cooked lentils or quinoa, salt, nutritional yeast (if using), pepper, oil and lemon juice. Also add in 1 cup water.

Start blending in your food processor. This is a good 2 minute process to really smooth things out. Add in another ½ cup water as you proceed. Blend until smooth.

Prep your cooking pan by adding a generous layer of the crust accents to the bottom of the pan.

Pour in the wet mixture and spread it out evenly.

Add a top layer of the crust accents, similar to the bottom.

Place the pan in the 350-degree preheated oven. Bake for ten minutes then turn the oven down to 250 degrees. Bake at this low temperature for two hours.

Serve completely chilled or hot from the oven. Refrigerate, covered for up to about 8 days.

Cost per batch is about $5 using seeds or $10 using nuts.

For Carrots and Parsnips:

4-5 large organic carrots washed and cut into bite size rounds
4-5 medium parsnips peeled and cut into chunks
(make sure both carrots and parsnips are a similar size to cook evenly)

3 TBSP organic sunflower oil (or other high heat oil)
Salt and Pepper

In a large bowl coat carrots and parsnips with oil and add salt and pepper (can be adjusted depending on your preference). Spread vegetables out on a cookie sheet in a single layer.

Bake at 425 F for about half an hour, stir with a wooden spoon a couple of times during baking.

1 large or 2 medium Rutabaga peeled and chopped
(size and shape isn’t that important - just make sure they are uniform for cooking. Can be cut in chunks or French fry size strips)

¼ cup organic apple cider vinegar
Pinch of salt

Cook rutabaga pieces in a dry cast iron frying pan over medium heat. When chunks begin to soften and release juice test them for tenderness. When you are happy with the tenderness, add apple cider vinegar and cook until all liquid is absorbed. Sprinkle with salt and serve.

6 cups potatoes, skin on, ¾ inch cubes
2 cups onion, sliced
1½ - 2 cups beets, previously cooked, ½” cubes
2 TBSP, butter, oil, or combination
1 tsp minced garlic
2 TBSP apple cider vinegar
½ tsp salt plus pepper to taste
OPTION – Some crumbled bacon makes this dish extra special!

Leftover potatoes and beets make this quick to prepare. Otherwise boil unpeeled potatoes and beets separately, until just tender. After cooking the beets, plunge them into cold water and the skins will slip right off. Lightly salt the onions and sauté in butter or oil until sweet and light golden brown.

Toss all of the ingredients together.

Deglaze the onion pan with apple cider vinegar.

Pour this mixture over the vegetables and toss gently. Heat in a crockpot, covered casserole, or cast iron pan for a hardy brunch dish.

Cost per ½-cup serving = .19 (.32 with bacon!)

1 head of organic red cabbage
2 TBSP organic apple cider vinegar
¼ cup Fair Trade organic sugar
1 tsp salt
½ cup red currant jelly OR ½ cup organic apple cider
1 organic apple (sliced thin)

Cut cabbage into 4 parts, cut into thin strips. Add cabbage to large pot along with all remaining ingredients.

Cook for 15 minutes, stirring often.

Simmer uncovered for about an hour stirring occasionally. Prepare in advance and refrigerate. Reheat in oven or on stove top.

2½ tsp Instant or Active Dry Yeast
1 cup + 2 TBSP warm water
1 tsp honey or sugar
2 TBSP olive oil *
1 tsp salt
1½ cups all purpose flour
1 cup whole wheat or whole spelt flour
(* if using whole wheat, increase oil to 3 TBSP)

Dissolve yeast in warm water. Add honey/sugar and let stand for 5 minutes.

Stir in remaining ingredients with a wooden spoon and scrape dough out on to a lightly floured surface. Knead 8-10 minutes, adding flour to keep from sticking. (Can be done in a stand mixer but not nearly the same workout!)

Cover dough with a damp towel and let stand in a warm place until double in size (1-1½ hours).

Work into an appropriate pan and top with your favourite ingredients like beets, red cabbage, roasted garlic, caramelized onions, kale, mushrooms, diced tomatoes, and cheese of any kind.

Bake in a 475 F oven for 12-14 minutes..

(Oven at 350 degrees)
1 lb local ground beef
2 small onions, chopped

Brown beef and onions together, then put into 8x8 dish and set aside.

3 TBSP butter, melted
1 small onion, chopped
1 small organic apple, chopped
3-4 cups of organic red cabbage, chopped
2 TBSP organic apple cider vinegar
2 TBSP Fair Trade organic brown sugar
1 bay leaf, pich of cloves, cinnamon stick

Melt butter, add onions and apple sauté for 5 min.

Add cabbage sauté for 5 min.

Add vinegar, brown sugar, and spices, close with lid and let simmer for 20 min. stirring occasionally.

Once cabbage is cooked, add it as next layer to ground beef.

Add apple sauce as the next layer over cabbage.

4-5 cups mashed potatoes (whatever way you make them)

Add potatoes as the last layer. Heat through in oven for 30-40 mins.

2 lbs (1 kg) organic chicken pieces OR turkey sausage
1/3 cup all purpose flour (chicken version only)
¼ cup vegetable Oil (chicken version only)
½ cup local maple syrup
2 TBSP cider vinegar
2 TBSP soy sauce
2 tsp ground ginger
2 cloves garlic, minced
½ tsp black pepper
¼ tsp Paprika

1. Coat chicken pieces well with flour. In a large non stick fry pan, heat oil. Add chicken and cook for 5 minutes, browning well, turning often.

1. Place links in large non stick fry pan and cook 10 minutes browning on all sides. Add a little water to prevent sticking, if needed.

2. Arrange meat in a 9x12 inch baking dish.

3. In small bowl, mix together the rest of the ingredients. Pour over meat to coat.

4. Bake at 350F degrees for 35-45 minutes, turning during baking. Cover with foil if browning too quickly. When cooked, remove meat and set aside.

5. Pour sauce back into saucepan and reduce until thickened. Pour over meat to coat thoroughly.

½ cup organic popcorn kernels
1 cup organic peanuts (optional)
¼ cup organic butter
½ cup maple syrup or honey
¼ tsp baking soda
Salt

Melt butter and maple syrup in a saucepan. Bring to a boil and simmer for 3 min. Stir in baking soda.

In a large bowl toss popcorn with sauce. Spread on a cookie sheet and bake at 250 F for 40 minutes, turning half way through.

Cool and store in an airtight container.

Cost: $3.50/batch using organic ingredients

2 cups organic all purpose or bread flour, more for dusting
1½ cups whole wheat, spelt, or mixture of other flours (not rice flour)
¼ tsp instant yeast
1½ cups water
Cornmeal or wheat bran as needed

1. In a large bowl combine flour, yeast and salt. Add 1 1/2 cups water, and stir until blended dough will be shaggy and sticky. Cover bowl with plastic wrap. Let dough rest at least 12 hours, preferably about 18, at warm room temperature, about 70 degrees.

2. Dough is ready when its surface is dotted with bubbles. Generously flour a work surface and scrape the dough out on it sprinkle it with a little more flour and gently knead for about 30sec just until the dough will form a loose ball. Sprinkle cornmeal or bran to very lightly coat the dough on all sides (this helps to keep it from sticking in the pan). Let rise on the work surface for 1-2hrs. When it is ready, dough will be almost double in size.

3. Heat oven to 450 (for convection I use 425) degrees. Put a 3-quart heavy covered pot (cast iron, enamel, Pyrex or ceramic) in oven as it heats. When the oven is ready, carefully remove pot from oven. Lightly oil the pot. Sprinkle with cornmeal. Turn, scrape, dump the dough over into the pot it may look like a mess, but that is okay. Shake pan once or twice if dough is unevenly distributed it will straighten out as it bakes. Cover with lid and bake 30 minutes, then remove lid and bake another 15 to 20 minutes, until loaf is beautifully browned. Cool on a rack.

Whole Wheat Shortbread Crust:

2/3 cup organic all purpose flour
1/3 cup organic whole wheat (or whole spelt)
2 TBSP Fair Trade organic sugar
Pinch of salt (omit if using salted butter)

Sift together dry ingredients.

Cut butter into small pieces and add to dry ingredients.

Combine with pastry blender or clean hands until mixture is crumbly, with no pieces bigger than a pea.

Press into 9 inch pan. Bake at 425 F for 10-12 minutes until golden.

Maple Rhubarb Custard:

3½ cups organic rhubarb- diced (fresh or frozen)
4 Tbsp organic all purpose flour
3 organic eggs
2/3 cup organic maple syrup
pinch of salt

Toss the rhubarb with the flour to coat.

Whisk together the remaining ingredients and pour over the fruit.

Mix well. Transfer to an unbaked 9” pie shell or a casserole dish. Bake at 350F for 30-40 minutes or until set.

½ cup butter, softened
¾ cup maple syrup (darker the better)
1 egg
¼ cup plain yoghurt
¼ tsp salt
1 cup all purpose flour
¾ cup whole wheat or whole spelt flour
¼ tsp each cinnamon and ginger
1 tsp baking soda
1¼ cup oatmeal

Beat butter and maple syrup until well blended. Add the egg, yoghurt and salt and continue beating until well combined.

Mix the dry ingredients (not the oatmeal) and add to the butter mixture.

Finally stir in the oats until just blended.

Drop by small spoonfuls on a lined baking sheet. Bake at 375 F 10-12 minutes or until dark golden brown.

1 lb. organic potatoes - cooked
½ cup nuts *
½ cup local honey
2 organic eggs
chopped nuts
* one local Black and Persian walnuts source is Grimo Nut Nursery in Niagara - they ship!

Grind nuts and add honey, one egg, and one egg yolk (save the egg white).

Mash in potatoes until mixed well. Roll into 1-inch balls and then roll them in chopped nuts.

Brush with egg whites. Bake at 350 F for 15 min.

3½ cups organic rolled oats
½ cup organic seeds or nuts of some type
1/3 cup light organic oil (sunflower, grapeseed)
½ cup maple syrup
¼ tsp salt

Mix the ingredients well and bake on a cookie sheet at 350 F until the oats are crisp and no longer cling to the pan (about 25 min.), stirring every 10 min. Store for 4 weeks in the fridge.

8 cups organic apples, chopped with skins on
3 cups fresh/frozen organic rhubarb
3 cups fresh/frozen organic strawberries
¾ cup Fair Trade organic sugar
½ tsp organic cinnamon

Toss together the fruit filling in a large bowl then arrange in a 9x13 Pyrex dish. Top with granola.

Bake at 375 F for 35-45 min or until the fruit is tender and bubbly.

Great for breakfast or brunch!

2 cups organic butternut squash or pumpkin (pureed)
1 cup fair trade organic sugar OR ½ cup honey
½ cup organic applesauce
¼ cup organic light cooking oil (Ontario sunflower)
4 organic eggs
½ tsp salt

In a separate bowl combine:

1 cup organic all purpose flour
1 cup organic whole-wheat flour
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp organic ground cinnamon *
½ tsp organic ground ginger *
* organic spices are readily available from natural food stores.

Add the wet to the dry ingredients. Stir until well blended.

Pour into a greased and floured 9x13 cake pan. Bake in a preheated 350 F oven for 40-45 min or until well browned and firm to the touch.

Tip for cooking pumpkins and hollow squashes:

Remove stem and poke holes with a fork. Bake in a covered roast pan with ½" of water until very tender. Butternut squash should be cut in half lengthwise, baked cut side down. When cool, remove seeds, scrape out the flesh, and puree. Pack in 2-cup portions. Keeps 1 year in the freezer.

7 oz almond meal
2 tsp organic ground cinnamon *
6 tsp organic cane sugar
¼ cup butter
* organic spices are readily available from natural food stores.

Combine almond meal, cinnamon, and sugar in a small bowl. Pour melted butter into mix and stir to combine.

Press into an 8" x 8" buttered or parchment-lined pan.

3 cups organic cream cheese
4 oz organic yogourt
2/3 cup local honey
3 organic eggs
2 tsp vanilla extract

Mix yogourt and cheese in a blender until smooth.

Beat in honey, vanilla, and then eggs.

Pour over base and bake at 300 F for 1 hour.

2 cups organic beets (cooked, peeled, & chopped)
½ cup organic applesauce

Purée in blender or food processor until smooth. Set aside.

In a large mixing bowl combine:

1½ cup fair trade organic sugar
½ cup organic light cooking oil (Ontario sunflower)
½ cup plain yogourt
3 organic eggs

Beat with electric mixer for 2 minutes.

Add puréed beet mixture to mixing bowl, along with:

½ cup fair trade organic cocoa powder
1½ tsp vanilla

Beat for another 90 seconds. Turn off beater and gradually sift in (mixing with a sppon):

Stir until well blended. Optionally stir in:

½ cup fair trade organic chocolate chips and/or chopped walnuts

Pour into a greased and floured 9x13 or Bundt cake pan. Bake in a preheated 350 F oven for 40-50 min or until knife inserted in centre comes out clean.

Here is a recipe where it is easy to practice your FOODSHED PRINCIPLES, organic, local seasonal, simple, food with a story(Fair Trade) there is an ingredient for every principle!

Black bean brownies that are gluten free, and require just one bowl and about 30 minutes to prepare! Healthy, easy and delicious - the best kind of dessert.

Author: Minimalist Baker (modified by FoodShed Erin Working Group)

1¾ cups) organic black beans, well rinsed and drained
2 large local organic eggs
4 TBSP local butter, melted (or sub other oil of choice)
¾ cup Fair Trade cocoa powder (the higher quality the better)
¼ tsp sea salt
1 TBSP local maple syrup
heaping ½ cup Fair Trade organic raw sugar
1 tsp baking powder
Optional toppings: crush walnuts, pecans or semisweet chocolate chips

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Lightly grease a 12-slot standard size muffin pan (or 30 mini). Make sure you've rinsed and thoroughly drained your black beans at this point.

Add ingredients (besides walnuts or other toppings) and puree - about 3 minutes - scraping down sides as needed. You want it pretty smooth.

If the batter appears too thick, add a Tbsp or two of water or maple syrup or melted butter and pulse again. It should be slightly less thick than chocolate frosting but nowhere close to runny.

Evenly distribute the batter into greased muffin tins and smooth the tops with a spoon or your finger.

Optional: Sprinkle with crushed walnuts, pecans, or chocolate chips.

Bake for 12-13 minutes for mini muffins and 16-18 for regular muffin size or until the tops are dry and the edges start to pull away from the sides. Do not over bake. A test brownie is a good idea since ovens differ greatly.

Remove from oven and let cool for 30 minutes before removing from pan. They will be tender, so remove gently with a fork. The insides are meant to be very fudgy, so don't be concerned if they seem too moist - that's the point.

Store in an airtight container for up to a few days. Refrigerate to keep longer.


Falafel with yogurt-tahini sauce

Forget the precooked, dried-out ones to be found sitting in the bain-marie at the dodgy kebab shop – homemade falafel are a world apart. It's a crime, really, that such negative associations abound. Perhaps we should start calling them by their other name, taɺmia, to indicate the difference.

These little rissoles are a staple of Egyptian food, their provenance extending way back to the Egyptian Copts. They've since made their way through the Middle East in various guises, most popularly in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. The Egyptian version uses dried white broad beans, while in other areas,some recipes call for half broad beans, half dried chickpeas or even all chickpeas. Of course, each group claims their own recipe to be the best and looks askance at the others.

Regardless, the common theme is that, unusually, the dried pulse isn't cooked before it's used. Rather, it's soaked in cold water to soften, then ground finely and mixed with chopped onion, a good measure of garlic, a hint of spice – ground cumin and coriander are de rigueur – and finely chopped herbs such as parsley and coriander. We've gone fresher still for our variation and used fresh broad beans, which are at their peak right now. The result is a vibrant green colour and earthy, herbaceous flavour. While purists may be up in arms at this development, our tip is to give broad beans a go while they're still in season and by all means revert to the dried variety at other times of the year.

The mixture is rolled into walnut-sized, torpedo-shaped patties and deep-fried until browned and crisp on the outside, yielding to a fluffy interior. We've added another layer of flavour by tossing the freshly cooked falafel in a spiced chilli and cumin salt spiked with fresh lemon rind.

Traditionally, falafel are wrapped in warm pita bread along with chopped herbs and a tahini sauce. Pickled chillies add heat and piquancy, lifting the whole thing above and beyond the negative connotations of fast food. Dodgy kebab shop, eat your heart out.

Preparation method

Drain chickpeas (discard liquid) and process in a food processor with broad beans, onion, garlic, spices, herbs and rind until a fine paste forms. Stir through flour and bicarbonate of soda, season to taste and roll into walnut-sized oval balls. Place on a tray lined with baking paper and refrigerate until chilled (15 minutes).

For lemon, cumin and chilli salt, dry-roast cumin seeds until fragrant (2-3 minutes). Pound with remaining ingredients in a mortar and pestle until coarsely ground, set aside.

Meanwhile, for yogurt-tahini sauce, whisk tahini and lemon juice in a bowl until smooth, add yogurt and garlic, season to taste and set aside.

Preheat oil in a deep-fryer or large deep-sided saucepan to 170°C. Deep-fry falafel in batches, turning occasionally until golden and cooked through (3-5 minutes), remove with a slotted spoon, drain on absorbent paper and keep warm. Season to taste with lemon, cumin and chilli salt and serve with yogurt-tahini sauce, pickled chillies, herb salad and flat-bread.


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