Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to enjoy a delicious take-home meal prepared by Newcomer Kitchen participants. Meals for this pop-up event are prepared and packaged, and then sold online for pickup to pay for all the ingredients and provide some money for the cooks.
Hello dear supporters:
We are three ladies that have a passion for cooking, gathering under Newcomer Kitchen training to bring our experiences of tasty, fresh Middle Eastern cooking to the Canadian Community. We look forward to sharing our love of food with you.
We hope you will spread our love of food and share our creations with others.
Aseel, Samah, and Aia
متبل باذنجان Eggplant Muttabal and crudité
Mutabal is a Middle Eastern appetizer dip, made with smoked and roasted eggplant, and mashed with yoghurt, tahini, and lemon. The dip is topped with olive oil, parsley, and pomegranate seeds to add a depth of flavour. It’s a smoky a smooth dip served with an assortment of crudité.
Fattoush is an admired Middle-Eastern salad made with toasted or fried pieces of pita bread combined with mixed leafy greens, fresh vegetables like tomatoes, cucumber and radish, varying according to the season and region. Mint creates a freshness of flavor, and dried sumac, lemon, and apple cider vinegar give the olive oil-based dressing a unique tanginess.
(with chicken, or vegetarian offer with cauliflower and chickpeas)
Auzzi is considered one the most commonly enjoyed and delicious dishes Syria is famous for. It is filling and rich in nutritional benefits, as it is a rice dish filled with carrots, green peas, and topped with spiced roasted chicken and sprinkled with nuts (almonds and cashews). Auzzi is versatile, and we serve it at both our family gatherings and special events.
For vegetarians and veggie lovers, we offer Auzzi served with cauliflower and chickpeas instead of chicken.
Baklava is the most celebrated dessert in the middle-east; rich and sweet and made of layers of phyllo, chopped nuts like pistachio and walnut, and glazed with sugar syrup. A must serve at both family gatherings and weddings. Once you have a taste of Baklava, you will never forget it!