Baharat Chicken Wrap with Fresh Salad Greens, Tomatoes and Feta

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Baharat is a Middle Eastern spice mix used as an all purpose seasoning. It is added to vegetables, meats, grains, soups and roasts to give an aromatic flavour to the dish.

Here we have used it as a rub to season a chicken breast. Fuel with Flavour's freshly ground Baharat mix is a potent medley of spices, and you can tailor the quantity used to suit your palate. You can use 1 tbsp of the spice blend for one chicken breast which will make enough for a satisfying lunch to share.

Tender, juicy and succulent, this chicken was then sliced and set on fresh greens to make a wrap. For a vegetarian option, sauté onions, bell peppers and eggplant or zucchini with this spice blend for a decidedly Middle Eastern flavour.

A spinach wrap gets a good coating of yogurt, then a bed of fresh greens.

Sliced Baharat chicken is laid on top of the greens.

Tomatoes ... because it is super refreshing!

A light sprinkling of feta for umami 

Roll ... and done!

Now how do I say Bon Appetit here? Bil-hanā' wa ash-shifā'

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