Musakkan

Musakkan
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Servings Prep Time
4 15minutes
Cook Time
75minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 15minutes
Cook Time
75minutes
Musakkan
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Servings Prep Time
4 15minutes
Cook Time
75minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 15minutes
Cook Time
75minutes
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Rinse chicken well then pat dry
  2. Combine all ingredients of marinade
  3. Sautee onions very well in olive oil add broth (set aside)
  4. Bake the chicken for 40 minutes – until done
  5. Put bread flat in Baking pan
  6. Add chicken + cooked onions + nuts, broil for 10min or until brown.
  7. Serve each piece with bread, onions & nuts on a plate.

Recipe Notes

Contributor: Najwa Abou Khalef, 75
Place: Bethlehem Battir
Personal Background:

Housewife

Recipe’s Personal Background How did you learn this recipe? I learned from my mother.
Is there some memory/historical event connected to this recipe? It is cooked in special occasions
Personal reference to tradition transmitted by relatives (preparing together, sharing, eating together etc.)? No
Mediterranean Background Any tradition this receipe is connected to? If yes, which one? Can you describe it? No
Any Festivity this recipe is connected to? If yes, which one? Can you describe it? It is linked to the holidays.
Is your recipe connected to the territory you live in? Is it strictly linked to the specificity of the agricultural environment?
Yes, it is connected to the area of Bethlehem.
Season (season this food is linked to) It is cooked during the whole year.
Ingredient Nutritional Importance Health Benefits
Chicken 100 gms
Cal 239
Protein 24 gm
Sat Fat 3.7 gm
Cholesterol 76 mgm
Sodium 73mgm
High in Protein
Natural Anti-depressant
Prevent bone loss
Plenty of phosphorous
Rich in Niacin (vitamin B)
Promote Eye health
Onion Good source of fibre, vitamin C, vitamin B6, folate, potassium and manganese. It shows anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. The combination of these properties can prevent some cardiovascular diseases and cancers.
Olive oil 100 grams of olive oil provide:
• 884 calories.
• 0 g carbohydrates
• 0 g dietary fiber
• 216 g total fat
• 30 g saturated fat
• 0 mg cholesterol
Good for weight loss, Induces sleep, prevent heart disease & diabetes, prevents cancer
Bread 1 Shrak bread provides:
• 200 calories
• 50 g carbohydrates
• 2 g dietary fiber
• 0.54 total fat
• 0.075 saturated fat
• 0 mg cholesterol
• 8gm protein
A piece of white pita bread contains more than 10 percent of your recommended intake of the B vitamins thiamin, riboflavin, niacin and folate. White pita is also high in selenium.
Pine Nuts Good for weight loss, Induces sleep, prevent heart disease & diabetes, prevents cancer
Additional information
Is it suggested to eat this meal if you suffer from some disease? If yes, for which one?
What is the primary base with which your food is prepared? Is this a derivative of oil or another base? It is a great source of protein.
What nutrition related illnesses or deficiencies are common in your area? Are there holistic or nutrition based remedies connected to these aliments? It is ideal for high protein diet.