Trifle Shwarma Salad

trifle shwarma salad

July 31st 2012By Rachel Schindler

Add a layer of any veggie you have in the house. This is a low-fat, no added sugar, high fiber, full of protein, and even low carb recipe that the kids and hubby will eat! A one-trifle wonder!” 246 calories.


Shawarma Chicken and Chummus Pitas with French Fries

Shawarma Chicken and Chummus Pitas with French Fries

January 13th 2011By Jamie Geller

If you can't find Shawarma seasoning make your own with 1 tablespoon each coriander, cumin, cardamom, chili powder, steak seasoning plus 1 teaspoon smoked paprika— for an easy finger food kid-friendly meal loaded with flavor.


Leftover Turkey Shawarma

Leftover Turkey Shawarma

November 25th 2011By Ahuva Staum

Thanksgiving turkey celebrates our American heritage. Why not use the leftovers to celebrate our Israeli roots. This recipe is good for up to 2 pounds of leftover turkey meat.


Homemade Shawarma


October 29th 2013By Shifra Klein

Shawarma is a classic Middle Eastern fast food. Piles of meat are layered on a spit with fat and spices, and cooked surrounded by heat. When you order a portion of shawarma, the chef will shave off the exterior layer of meat, which is dripping with spices and flavor. The heat creates a crunchy, juicy bite of meat. As the roasted dark meat is shaved, a layer of pale chicken, not yet exposed to heat is revealed. After rotating one or two times around the heat source, the once pale chicken becomes golden and roasted perfectly, ready for the next individual purchasing a quick bite of Middle Eastern goodness. Shawarama can be made using turkey, lamb, beef or chicken. To recreate the texture and taste of authentic shawarma it is best to use the meat of chicken legs as this meat is fattier and has more flavor than chicken breast. You can use chicken breast, but know that it will not taste as authentic. Double or triple the spice rub recipe for multiple uses. You can also use the spice rub for chicken or turkey kebobs as well.