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Plant-Based Shawarma

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Plant BasedNon-GMOHalalOU Kosher

Stimulated chicken shawarma that look and feel just like real shawarma. They absorb flavouring very well and can be cooked into limitless recipes.

No chickens were harmed in the making of this product.

Ingredients: Water ● Vegetable proteins
(wheat*, soy*) ● Sunflower oil ● Sugar
(dextrose) ● Flavours ● Vitamins and
Minerals [potassium phosphate,
magnesium oxide, niacinamide (B3), ferric
phosphate, zinc oxide, calcium
pantothenate (B5), thiamine mononitrate
(B1), pyridoxine hydrochloride (B6),
riboflavin (B2), copper sulphate, folic acid,
cyanocobalamin (B12)] ● Methylcellulose
● Spice ● Salt.
*Not products of genetic engineering.
Contains: Wheat, Soy beans

Ingrédients: Eau ● Protéines végétales
(blé*, soya*) ● Huile de tournesol ● Sucre
(dextrose) ● Arômes ● Mélange de
Vitamines et Minéraux [phosphate de
potassium, oxyde de magnésium,
niacinamide (B3), phosphate ferrique,
oxyde de zinc, pantothenate de calcium
(B5), mononitrate de thiamine (B1),
chlorhydrate de pyridoxine (B6),
riboflavine (B2), sulphate de cuivre, acide
folique, cyanocobalamine (B12)] ●
Methylcellulose ● Épices ● Sel.
*Non issus du génie génétique.
Contient: Blé, Soya.


Cooking Instructions

Plant-Based Shawarma

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
seyfi tomar
Doner and shawarma are perfect food Shawarma is a popular Middle Eastern street food that originated in the Eastern Mediterranean region. The name "shawarma" comes from the Turkish word "çevirme," which means "turning" or "rotating," referring to the way the meat is cooked on a vertical spit.

While the exact origins of shawarma are unclear, it is believed to have originated in Turkey in the 18th or 19th century. The concept of cooking meat on a vertical spit was brought to the region by the Ottoman Empire, and it quickly spread throughout the Middle East and Mediterranean.

Over time, different countries and regions put their own spin on the dish. In Israel, shawarma is typically made with chicken or turkey and served with hummus, tahini sauce, and salad. In Lebanon, shawarma is typically made with lamb or beef and served with tabbouleh and garlic sauce. In Syria, shawarma is usually made with lamb or chicken and served with pickles and tomatoes.

In the mid-20th century, shawarma began to gain popularity in North America and Europe, particularly in cities with large immigrant populations. Today, shawarma can be found in many different variations and is a beloved street food around the world.

Overall, shawarma's history is one of cultural exchange and adaptation, as the dish has evolved and changed to suit the tastes and traditions of different regions over time.
Shawarma is a popular Middle Eastern street food made with marinated meat, usually chicken or lamb, that is slow-roasted on a spit and then shaved off in thin slices. It is served in a pita bread with toppings such as hummus, tahini sauce, tomato, onion, and cucumber.

Shawarma Recipe:

1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breasts or lamb
1/4 cup olive oil
1 tbsp. ground cumin
1 tbsp. paprika
1 tbsp. ground coriander
1 tbsp. garlic powder
1 tbsp. onion powder
1 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. black pepper
4 pita breads
1 cup hummus
1/4 cup tahini sauce
1 cup sliced tomato
1 cup sliced onion
1 cup sliced cucumber

In a small bowl, mix together the olive oil, cumin, paprika, coriander, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, and black pepper.
Rub the spice mixture all over the chicken or lamb.
Place the chicken or lamb on a spit and roast in a rotisserie for 30-40 minutes, until fully cooked.
Slice the meat thinly.
Warm the pita breads in the oven for 1-2 minutes.
Turkish style halal shawarma tomars doner

Amanda Marie Turner

I tried the Plant-Based Shawarma for the first time tonight in a quinoa dish. I had high hopes because I am picky about plant-based foods. I recently became vegetarian due to stomach issues. I really wanted this to be good because I miss Shawarma from the locally owned shops downtown in my hometown.

I can tell you it was, in fact, amazing!! I am so pleasantly surprised at how good it was! Being that I'm someone who wishes I could eat meat still and misses the flavors, I 100% love this product. The texture is on point! I haven't found a chicken product that is this good yet. I'm so excited about what I can do with it because I'm digging the amazing Shawarma flavour and how versatile this product is gonna be!

They nailed It!!! Highly recommend everyone to try it! Even if you are not a vegetarian or vegan and want to eat healthier!

Delicious protein

Served the plant based shawarma over some lemon oregano rice. Used my own shawarma seasoning. It was quick and easy to make and tasted great. Will buy again.

Huge fan!!! Delicious crispy and perfect in making my salad dance.

Get it!!!


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