Tag Archives: Chicken

CLOSED: Midamar Halal’s Organic Chicken & Beef Giveaway

Midamar organic beef & chicken giveaway

About the Giveaway Midamar Halal wants you to experience their awesome organic meat and poultry products, processed right here in Middle America. The organic chicken is free-range, 100% grain-fed and humanely raised. The beef is organic and humanely raised, as well. I’ve tried them both often and have had the pleasure of working with these products for several years now- ... Read More »

CLOSED: Zabiha Halal’s Ramadan Giveaway

Zabiha Halal's Ramadan Giveaway | My Halal Kitchen

About the Giveaway  Zabiha Halal is giving away $50.00 CDN worth of vouchers to one randomly-selected winner (consisting of ten $5 CDN vouchers). The winners of this giveaway will be listed here on this post and will have 24 hours to contact us with their full name and mailing address. This giveaway is for those with Canadian mailing addresses only. Deadline to ... Read More »

Roast Chicken with Couscous, Prunes, Apricots, Dates & Almonds

I guess this Ramadan proves that I’m drawn to Mediterranean and North African food as my go-to cuisine for the month. Not sure why, exactly, but it has so many bonuses, so why not?  The mixture of sweet and savory, the healthy and light fare offered, the aromatic spices used- yum, yum and more yum. So, yes, please. The original recipe ... Read More »

Oven-Baked BBQ Chicken

Oven Baked BBQ Chicken | My Halal Kitchen

I wasn’t sure how I was going to post this recipe during the summer since everyone wants a good BBQ recipe that actually uses a grill, but here I was preparing an oven-baked BBQ chicken recipe because that’s what I do most of the time. I know how to grill, but I don’t like to start it out of fear ... Read More »

Beef Samosa Puff Pastries

Beef Samosa Puff Pastries | My Halal Kitchen

If you’ve never tasted keema, or that wonderfully spiced Indian-style ground beef, you’re totally missing out on some great flavor. Surely every family makes it a little different- even I have a few different versions, but for samosas I like to recreate a certain flavor. The first time I ever had it was at a suhoor in which I was ... Read More »

Quick and Easy Chicken Wings

Quick & Easy Chicken Wings

My love of eating chicken wings began in college when I really got a taste of how wonderful they were- mild, hot and spicy and always with some sort of creamy dip and a side of fries. It’s the college kid ting to do, right?  Well, the saucy wings weren’t the first kind I was exposed to, but the first kind ... Read More »

Chicken Pita Rolls with Hummus & Tabbouleh

Chicken Pita Rolls | My Halal Kitchen

I had no idea what a hit these pita rolls would be. They seemed so easy to make and with such a familiar taste to them, I didn’t even think they would be very interesting to other people. When I instagrammed making these several months ago, so many people were intrigued and wanted the recipe. I totally understand why now- ... Read More »

Mediterranean Couscous with Chicken & Olives

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We’re in the thick of winter. It’s cold, icy, slushy, and the snow is absolutely beautiful from indoors, as long as you don’t have to drive in any of it. It’s the time of year when you realize that on any given day, the snow storms could blow in and it’ll be a great opportunity to cook up some favorite ... Read More »

A Fascinating Glimpse at the Crescent Foods Plant Tour

workers on production line

Growing up in small-town Ohio I had a lot of opportunities to see how things were made, whether they were apples into apple cider at the local orchard, fruits into jam at a small nearby farm or potatoes into potato chips at the area’s largest food factory, it was all part of the things kids did on a field trip ... Read More »

Skillet Chicken Parmesan

before the cheese melted

What is it with me and Italian food lately? It’s all I crave, mostly because it’s comfort food tome. I’ve thought about it and feel like the think the overwhelm of life in general, catching up (if that’s possible) on the lack of uninterrupted sleep during Ramadan and getting the house as organized as possible during a very involved updating ... Read More »