Chicken mussakhan roll. Chicken and sumac are BFFs in this recipe. Mussakhan is a classic Palestinian dish traditionally laid out on a giant piece of bread, where the flavorful roasting juices laced with allspice, sumac, and cumin can be poured over the top. Place the Musakhan rolls in an oven tray, and brush the rolls with olive oil and chicken stock.
Ingredients of Chicken mussakhan roll
- Prepare 4 of breast of chicken.
- It’s 6 of onions.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of olive oil.
- It’s of Salt.
- You need of Pepper.
- Prepare 2 tablespoon of Sumac spices you could find it in any Middle East store.
- Prepare 2 of Bay leaves.
- Prepare of saije bread could find in middle eastern store you could use pita bread or egg roll.
Musakhan – means heated up in Arabic. Sumac chicken rolls: musakhan chicken recipe. Fold the sides of the phyllo over the filling and roll up. Place all of the rolls onto a baking sheet.
Chicken mussakhan roll instructions
- Cook the chicken breast with 2 onions and bay leaves salt pepper till tender about 35 minutes.
- After it cool off Tear the chicken to small pieces.
- Over medium heat add the onions some salt and cook for 10 minutes till they get soft add the chicken and cook for another 10 minutes in the end add all the sumac spices on top and cook for another few minutes.
- Using bread cut to triangles.
- Fill one full tablespoon spoon of the chicken mixture and roll it.
- Sprinkle some of the sumac and olive oil on top cook for oven 450 for 10 minutes or less keep your eyes on it and enjoy server it with Greek yogurt.
Mussakhan is a classic Palestinian dish eaten in villages throughout the region. Here, cookbook author Yasmin Khan shares her recipe from Zaitoun: Recipes from a Palestinian Kitchen. Meltingly tender chicken with the lemony flavor of sumac and the sweetness of caramelized onions, musakhan (المسخن) is a favorite dish of Palestinians everywhere. Among Palestinians, mussakhan is a beloved roast chicken dish, at once energetic and comforting In this recipe, adapted from Yasmin Khan's "Zaitoun: Recipes From the Palestinian Kitchen," you'll rub. Musakhan is one of the most popular and traditional Palestinian recipes.