Dallas Chorizo Chicken Doner with Citrus Salad (Posh Kebabs!)2014-10-15
- Yield : 4 Mains - 8 Starters...
- Servings : 4-6
- Prep Time : 10m
- Cook Time : 20m
- Ready In : 30m
Something a little different but still very simple to throw together. You can literally add or subtract ingredients on this one to suit your pallet. For example, you could add or submit some sweet chilli humous, use chicken breasts, less/more garlic/chilli
There’s a little bit of stuff going into this BUT don’t be put off, it really is simple to do…
- 450g Boned Corn Fed Free Range Chicken Thighs - Cut/Diced into 1" (25mm) pieces
- 150g Chorizo - Cut/Diced into 1" (25mm) pieces
- Cherry Toms - Cut in half
- Mixed Leaf Salad
- Cucumber - Peeled & diced into 1" (25mm) cubes
- Red Onion - Finely Chopped
- Freshly Squeezed: ½ Orange, ½ Lemon, ½ Lime add Zest
- ½ Tsp Paprika
- 2x Cloves Garlic - Crushed
- 1x Red Chilli - Finely chopped (You decide on how much heat you want)
- Tzatziki - Shop bought is good enough
- Pitta Bread or Flat Bread- Warmed
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil for dressing
- Toasted Pine Nuts
Gently cook in a frying pan with some olive oil: The chicken pieces first, then add the chorizo together with the chopped chilli and continue to fry gently to release the flavours. After a couple of minutes add the paprika, crushed garlic AND - leave on a low heat until ready to serve.
For the Zesty Salad...Wash the salad leaves in ice cold water and set aside. Put your pine nuts in a dry frying pan and gently toast - leave on a low heat until ready to serve.
To bring it all together simply add the tomatoes, cucumber, red onion to the drained salad leaves - Drizzle with some extra virgin olive oil, fold around with your fingers then drizzle the zest & juice of the lemons/like/orange then place on a large flat serving plate and sprinkle with the toasted nuts.
Serve the Chicken Chorizo in a warmed bowl or just simply pour over the salad.
Now fill your pitta, start by smearing the Tzatziki inside your pitta and then salad followed by meat...more salad...more meat... You might wanna try splashing a little "Franks Buffalo Sauce" on it too