26th April 2007

Mujadara with Chicken Skewers

If you’re a fan of caramelized onions, here’s a dish for you. Mujadara is a rice and lentil dish that’s heavily flavored with onions. We love how sweet the onions turn after slowly browning. The rice and lentils are cooked with vegetable broth, garlic, more onions, allspice, cumin, and cinnamon. It’s a very fragrant dish that makes the kitchen smell wonderful. Top it with a dollop of yogurt and some chopped mint, along with a side of cucumbers and tomatoes. Tonight we served it with some chicken skewers that had been marinating in yogurt, feta, fresh rosemary, and oregano. Divine!

Both recipes came from RecipeZaar — the mujadara recipe can be found here, and the marinade here.

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    On May 1st, 2007, jennifer said:

    The Jen/Jenn girls both made this last night!! Jenn kabobed, Jen G, now Jen D did not…Jen D should have…This site is awesome!! It’s going to be my first stop before hitting the farmer’s market!
    Hope you are both well!! It was great to see you in Seattle!

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