Hands down, my favorite chicken kebabs are pargiyot, as they are called in Israel, aka boneless chicken thighs. They stay moist and full of flavor when grilled and all you have to do is rub them with a middle-eastern spice rub. Stick them on a skewer and grill them and close your eyes and you will be transported to Israel.
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This dish will fill your house with the smells and taste of the best of Middle Eastern Food. And who can resist carmelized onions baked into warm bread? If you’ve never cooked with Sumac before, this beautiful and lemony spice might become part of your repertoire. This one tray meal, is super easy to pull together yet tastes wonderfully exotic and delicious.