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Thursday March 18th, 2021 Newcomer Kitchen’s Syrian Spring Supper for Pick-Up or Delivery

March 18, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

- $48.00

Welcome Spring and welcome back to Newcomer Kitchen! After months of staying home (and holding classes on Zoom!) we are back in the kitchen and so excited to bring you a yummy dinner from our team of great cooks, Sultana’s Kitchen.  The Sultana’s Kitchen (Sultana is queen in Arabic) is a group of 6 women who are learning how to start their own food businesses through our Entrepreneurship Training Program funded by the federal government department IRCC. 100% of the proceeds of the sale of the dinners go directly to the women participants. This is the final event of their training and we hope you enjoy their special dishes.

Each meal is a dinner for two so there is not so much packaging.You can order a half & half to try both main dishes!


For our West End Customers our Pick-Up Location is at:

The Common Cafe, 1071 College Street, Toronto, M6H 1B2, Pick-Up Time: 5:00-6:30

For our East End Customers our Pick-Up Location is at:

Boutique Meals Event Center (our home kitchen), 1100 Millwood Road, East York, M4H1A3, Pick-Up Time: 4pm-6:30pm

FREE DELIVERY in a 10 kilometer radius for orders of 3 meals or more! Call for delivery info at 416 464-1864. 

Sultana’s Kitchen Spring Syrian Supper

[Meat Option] Karniyarik  (Stuffed Eggplant)

Karniyarik is eggplant filled with ground halal beef baked with tomatoes, onions and peppers. It is a Kurdish dish that was known to be enjoyed by the royalty and later made its way to the public and became popularised due to the variety of ways to make this dish.  ‘Karniyarik’ means ‘split belly,’ which refers to the technique used to stuff these, it could also refer to you after enjoying this delicious dish! Served with rice. |GF| 

[Vegetarian Option] Karniyarik (Stuffed Eggplant)

The vegetarian version of Karniyarik is made with chickpeas, tomatoes, onions and mushrooms, Served with rice. |V| |GF| 

Beet Salad‎‎

The sweetness of the beets and the saltiness of the feta combine into a balanced, colorful and delicious salad, which is a perfect accompaniment to any dish. Beets have been known to be used in many different ways due to its health benefits, as pickles in the winter, to salads in the summer. Their vibrant color also reminds our participants of fond memories of their childhood days helping in the kitchen with the beets, and then using their dyed hands for finger paintings. |VG| |GF| 

Spinach Fatayer 

This is a type of pastry that is filled with spinach and onions cooked in olive oil, flavored with pomegranate molasses, for a sweet and tangy taste. It is enjoyed by everyone, and is an easy way to sneak in some healthy vegetables for the young ones. 

Lentil Soup

This soup is made with red lentils and vegetables, combined with the added freshness of lemons for a lighter note. |V| |GF| 


These tiny delicate dessert pancakes are made from semolina with a filling of whipped ricotta cheese and rosewater sugar syrup. Topped with crushed pistachios, make for a delicious ending to this meal. Popular during the month of Ramadan, they are traditionally prepared by street vendors as well as households throughout the Levant and Egypt. |VG|


| GF- gluten free | V – vegan | VG – vegetarian |

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March 18, 2021
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm


Newcomer Kitchen
‭+1 (416) 903-3664‬
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The Common
1071 College Street
Toronto, Ontario M6H1B2 Canada
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416 464-1864


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