I love the flavor of sumac and am excited to try this recipe.
All I can say is you have to make this sumac-pomegranate flavored recipe while the tomatoes are perfectly ripe (at least here in Michigan). The spiced onions are heavenly and the chicken is tender and goes perfectly in this Palestinian recipe. It is a take on a dish called musakhan, which is chicken seasoned with tangy, deep red sumac which has a hint of lemon. Serve with some flat bread of your choice – I had some Naan on hand.
This is Christopher Kimball’s version of a popular dish from his cookbook “Milk Street Tuesday Nights Mediterranean”. There are some different ingredients as well as the method of cooking. It is simple to make with ingredients that are easily obtainable. I made some changes creating my own version. This recipe is a great choice to start winding down the summer.
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