Here's my first recipe on the new site. I am super excited about posting the recipe for Chicken Shawarma On The Rotisserie.
I have wanted to do Shawarma for a very long time. I finally had the opportunity and immediately did some research. Naturally I did not have the use of the traditional vertical grill that the street vendors use, but I did have a rotisserie. Loading up that spit rod with loads of marinated meat was just super fun, and messy. After rotissing the chicken (our protein of choice) and grilling up fresh pita to go with it, the meal turned into something purely amazing.
Okay this was absolutely delicious. I have an obsession with sourdough bread. Like OB-SEH-SHUN! I actually had to cut the recipe down a little. There were only two of us eating that night, so I sliced the bread and toasted it, then melted the cheese onto it. Followed by the leftover turkey that has been grilled to reheat. The Fire-Roasted Tomato Salsa was gloriously garlic-y. Like it was intense, even after brushing our teeth.
How did you handle your leftovers from Thanksgiving? Leave a comment and let us know what you did with what was left after your big meal. Was it different, like this? Or was it just microwaved with the fixings?
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