Thursday, October 15th: Take Home Dinner (order 3+ and get free delivery!)
October 15th, 2020: 3:30-6:00 pm pick up time
$45.00 (Dinner for two)
Newcomer Kitchen is partnering with Crescent School to provide a Take Home Dinner that has a big impact! Newcomer Kitchen is a social enterprise NFP that creates social and economic opportunities for newcomer women through food based projects. With recipes and women that hail from Africa and the Middle East, the combination in the kitchen and on the plate is delightful. 100% of the proceeds from sale of the meals goes directly to the women in our Facilitated Entrepreneurship Program funded by the IRCC.
Our pick-up location is at Boutique Meals Catering and Conference Center at 1100 Millwood Road (at the corner of Overlea and Millwood Rd) with ample parking at the rear of the building .
Hummus with Pumpkin, Roasted Garlic and fresh Rosemary.
Hummus is the perfect canvas for so many flavours. This month we have blended our traditional hummus with pumpkin, roasted garlic and fresh rosemary. Served our own seasoned pita chips |V|
Pomegranate and Haloumi Salad
An assortment of crisps greens are tossed with lightly fried haloumi cheese, cherry tomatoes and studded with refreshing, juicy pomegranate seeds and dressed in a light lemon and olive oil vinaigrette.
This West African dish is full of bold and harmonious flavors, with a unique sweet and subtle spicy taste. Jollof rice starts with a special tomato and red pepper paste featuring harissa and every women has her own secret recipe. The rice is then slow cooked in a rich vegetable broth. It is a staple in every Nigerian celebration, and there is no party without Jollof Rice.
Cubed, boneless, halal chicken breast is marinated in a green seasoning mix of cilantro, green onions, green pepper and coconut milk then oven baked. The zesty chicken pairs perfectly with the sweet and spiciness of the Jollof Rice.
Plantain and Black Eyed Peas
The smell and sight of frying plantain is one of life’s simple pleasures. These little pockets of golden goodness are well known as Dodo in Nigeria. For this vegetarian option, the Jollof rice is studded with black eyed peas, and topped fried plantain.
For dessert a Syrian twist on a simple apple coffee cake stuffed with local fresh cortland apples blended with cinnamon and the subtle tang of lemony sumac.
| GF- gluten free | V – vegan | VG – vegetarian |