Fall Menu - September

Enjoy the freedom and convenience to choose your preferred dishes from our seasonal menu.

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South American Carne Asada

South American Carne Asada

Get a new favorite for your grill party with Mexican-Venezuelan carne asada. The tender meat with a tangerine-chipotle flavor is served with the king of salsas. In Venezuela, there is no BBQ without guasacaca sauce. Optionally, serve carne asada over fries with rich toppings. This variation has its origin in San Diego, California. ...
Persian Ghormeh Sabzi

Persian Ghormeh Sabzi

Ghormeh sabzi is a very popular Persian stew made with herbs, beans, and often lamb. The spice kit includes two ingredients that create the extraordinary flavor of this aromatic dish: Persian dried limes aka Omani limes and fenugreek leaves also called methi. Crush some leaves in your hand and note the scent of caramel. ...
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Turkish Urfa Kebab

Turkish Urfa Kebab

Urfa Kebab has a chocolate aroma with mild heat from Urfa pepper. Both can be widely found in Southern Turkey. The irregular shaped flakes of Urfa biber, also known as Isot pepper, are a versatile condiment that can be sprinkled on cheese, salad, or vegetables of any kind for a new distinct flavor. They might become a favorite condiment in your kitchen.
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Turkish Lahmacun

Turkish Lahmacun

The pizza-style lahmacun, or lahmajoun, or translated "meat on dough" is popular in the Eastern Mediterranean region from Lebanon to Turkey. The crust has a thin crispy-soft texture from the stone oven. At home, it's traditionally baked in a pan without oil. The meat infused with summer vegetables creates a refreshing juicy topping. Enjoy lahmacun rolled up with or without salad filling. ...
Indian Saag Paneer

Indian Saag Paneer

This dish became popular in the United States as Palak (spinach) Paneer. Saag Paneer is more flexible. You can use and combine any green leaves you like. Paneer is an Indian fresh cheese that doesn’t melt easily. Its taste is similar to unsalted cottage cheese. We included in this recipe plenty of options to substitute paneer for an even delicious dish.
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Réunionese Rougail Saucisses

Réunionese Rougail Saucisses

This dish is one of the most well-known specialties from the cultural melting pot La Réunion, one of five French oversea regions. Less than 1 Million people live on the small tropical island in the Indian Ocean between Madagascar and Mauritius. Rougail saucisses is made preferably with spicy smoked sausages or chicken.
Take a moment to smell the distinctive makrut lime leaves.
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Laotian Larb

Laotian Larb

This simple fresh dish is a specialty from Laos and one of our summer favorites. Larb or laap is an aromatic sour-salty salad with raw or cooked ground meat. We go with the latter and an exotic blend of lemongrass, amchoor (green mango), and dried herbs. We recommend adding fresh herbs for an extra flavor burst. It's best with rice and unseasoned salad. ...
Indonesian Mie Goreng

Indonesian Mie Goreng

Mie Goreng is a common dish in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. The stir-fried noodles resemble Chinese Chow Mein and might have their roots in Chinese cooking. The ingredient list offers a great variety with different selections of vegetables and optional meat or shrimp. The spice blend with earthy galangal accounts for an exceptional flavor. ...