Introduction: How to Cook Palestinian Convector?

we all love the convector here in palestinian its a Traditional food my mum always cook it for as We ate our fingers after finishing
so i ask my mum to let me help her and to photo

its so Delicious !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Step 1:

what we will need:
*2 Chickens 
*4 loaves of bread annotated
*Olive oil
*2 kg onions, peeled
*Salt
*Peeled almonds
*Sumac

Step 2:

Clean chicken and cut each chicken into four pieces, put in a saucepan With a little onion, cut into small pieces  and fry a little oil that changes color, then add water, salt and pepper and leave a third _ half an hour



Step 3:

Blanched almond cut into two halves after boiling water for 5 minutes and then fry until it becomes golden in color, then we put potted filtered oil

Step 4:

When the maturity of chicken halves of chicken from broth and put it in a tray and dressing a little yogurt, oil, spices, salt and introduce the oven for blush

In the meantime, we have attended onion, peeled and finely chopped And put in the pot for frying and leave until maturity
When we liquidate him maturity of oil

Step 5:

Attend the loaves and begin an individual fried onions on the first loaf evenly so that it covers the full loaf and dissemination of sumac, almonds, and then put the second loaf on it and repeat the same steps until we finish all of the loaves and then put the chicken on the last loaf reddish


Remains only to eat, preferably eat it with yogurt and pickles do not forget the family!!

Comments

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myrrhmaid (author)2013-10-20

That looks delicious! I haven't tried sumac! I'm going to look for it at the store. Thanks!

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Palestine sun (author)myrrhmaid2013-10-21

okay have fun when you cook it
and the secret in this meal is the onion and sumac so use a lot of them

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myrrhmaid (author)Palestine sun2013-10-21

I need to find the Sumac. Do you know if it's called something else here in the states? I'm thinking it might be similar to paprika, but I'm not sure!

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FtForger (author)myrrhmaid2013-10-22

Sumac is the powdered drupes (fruits) of the sumac bush. The one used in cooking has red drupes, and imparts a lemony flavor. It is a relative of the 'poison sumac' which can cause severe skin reactions similar to 'poison ivy'. You MAY have to either find a middle eastern grocery store, or a high end spice store in the US to find it. I'm not sure they would carry it in your common super market, but they MIGHT if you have a large enough population from the middle east on your area.

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Palestine sun (author)FtForger2013-10-24

thanks for answer myrrhmaid

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arkangel1975 (author)2013-10-18

wow that looks good!

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its good

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Palestine sun (author)2013-10-17

I eat what remains of yesterday

mmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
so gooooooooooooooood!