Servings: 4 as a main course, 6 as a side dish
Pair this delicious salad with some toasted flatbread as a vegetarian main course or serve it as a side dish with grilled lamb chops, roast chicken, or seared salmon.
Often used as a substitute for lemon juice in recipes that don’t need or want the additional acid, sumac is delicious on fish, chicken, fruit, and meat. Because of its growing popularity, it is becoming more available; look for it in specialty food stores and even some well-stocked supermarkets.
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Love! Made it as a main course and served with bread. My family says, "Make it again!" so I will.
Made this twice already. Fantastic. Making again today with roasted chicken.
A delicious flavour-packed salad! I found 450 degrees Fahrenheit too hot for my oven, so I took it down to 400. I also swapped in chopped raisins for the currants and cut down a bit on the salt.
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