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Chicken Sausages with Heirloom Tomatoes

Chicken Sausages with Heirloom Tomatoes | My Halal Kitchen

On a recent trip to our local butcher, I inquired about the homemade merguez they always used to have on hand. He said they weren’t making any more of it because folks weren’t buying much of it, for some reason. Read More »

Turkey Burgers Stuffed with Feta

Turkey Burgers with Feta | My Halal Kitchen

Considering the beautiful weather we’ve been having lately (strange, isn’t it?), this recipe for Turkey Burgers with Feta is a lovely and light way to get the grill fired up and ease into the upcoming Spring. Typically, this is my go-to weeknight meal when I’ve got a lot of other things on my plate. They’re super quick to prepare and ... Read More »

Ahmad Adam, The Entrepreneur Behind Halal Chicken at Crescent Foods

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Chances are, if you live somewhere in the U.S. and you seek out halal food then you’re already aware of Crescent Foods. If not, allow me to introduce you. Crescent Foods is a Chicago-based poultry company that is involved in the entire farm to fork process of their cage-free, antibiotic-free and beautifully-packaged halal chicken products. Read More »

2 Easy Dips for ‘Eid Appetizers: Chipotle Dipping Sauce and Yogurt Dip with Fresh Greens

Two Easy Eid Appetizers | My Halal Kitchen

Whether you’re planning an ‘Eid celebration at home or bringing a dish to your host, you’ll want some recipe ideas for appetizers that are easy to make while healthy for everyone you serve. Chipotle Sauce and Yogurt & Cream Sauce are two variations on dipping sauces that go great with chicken bites In this post are two quick and easy ... Read More »

Chorizo and Eggs

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It's been more than ten years since I've eaten chorizo, a type of Spanish sausage spiced with flavors like paprika which gives it an orange color. The reason I haven't had it in so many years is because it's mostly made with pork. Read More »

The Importance of Suhoor & a Recipe for Parmesan-Feta Quiche

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Everyone is talking about this year’s daily fasts in Ramadan being so long because sunset (the time when the fast is broken) will come a little after 8pm here in Chicago. It’s also a hot summer season. Very hot. Fasting isn’t meant to be perfectly easy or else how could we savor the reward of building self-discipline? It’s also not ... Read More »

Cooking Class: Sicilian Dinner Party

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One Saturday morning last month I conducted a cooking class for the winners of an auction at the Stars for Hope event back in January of this year. The auction item they bid for and won was a basket of MHK products combined with an in-home cooking class that I would eventually teach in their home. I’ve also taught this same ... Read More »

Roasted Pepper Frittata

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Talk about a quick dinner- and yes, frittatas make great quick and nutritious dinners. Just take it from the rural Italians who live on such rustic, satisfying food. I roasted my peppers ahead of time, but you can easily purchase peppers in glass jars from most grocery stores How to Roast Peppers Peppers of all kinds can be fire roasted in a ... Read More »

Chicken Soup with Cabbage & Sweet Potatoes

Chicken Soup with Cabbage and Sweet Potatoes | My Halal Kitchen

One of the reasons this soup is so delicious is because it creates a rich chicken broth as it cooks. Use a whole, cut up chicken with all its bones and skin to get the most flavor and nutrition out of the bird that has been sacrificed for our health benefit.   Ingredients 3 tablespoons olive oil one whole chicken, ... Read More »

Chicken Parmesan for Two

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There’s just two of us at home for dinner on most nights, unless we have guests.  With guests dinner just instantly doubles or quadruples and I can make great use out of larger pots and pans.  So, because of the clean up involved, on most nights it’s a pain to use big, oversized dishes when I only need just a small pan ... Read More »