Have a wonderful Saturday🤗
Moghrabieh Chicken Sandwich with blanched veggies
Come to think of it, It has been quite a while since I came by St. Hubert. Less than okay with it. Miss all road trips. There’s no other way, so just trying to stay positive!
Great for Saturday breakfast. I got up early in the morning so as to indulge myself with this sandwich!
Ugly yet SUPER delicious. If you have a thing for the mighty spice blend such as Baharat(a.k.a. Lebanese 7 spice), come right in! Whether it goes with bread, either way it would be a likely idea for weekend fun. For sure, because very nice as a flavorful chicken breast recipe, it would keep it wonderful your foodie life regardless of quarantine. Take a shot!
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Fresh Japanese Tang Zhong Bread(a.k.a. water roux method bread), juicy and tender chicken breast riddled with an outstanding sauce served with veggies. Anyone? No fries or potatoes for a light option, it’s truly superb though.
To top it off, the great use of caraway too. Indescribably aromatic, you should keep it sensible your serving size! It never gets tired indeed such as to fill you with heavenly yumminess. If you have a plan to give it to your partner a surprise breakfast, just make sure that the bedroom door is closed before you get started.
The sauce base was adapted by that of Moghrabieh. Composition wise, it was adjusted by my liking in action. I’m guessing there will be a good chance to introduce the authentic version of Moghrabieh someday. That’s the reason I skipped the details of that version this time.
Roughly speaking, Moghrabieh had been considered as a Lebanese dish made with Moroccan couscous. Considering the correlation between the origin of the word of Moghrabieh and a few specific features of this dish, it’s safe to say it derived from so called now Magrib area.
But it has been factored by the cultural setting, so that it’s famous for many people as one of famous and popular Lebanese classic dishes nowadays.
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