Every New Yorker knows that some of the best, most affordable food in the City comes from street carts. Not the pretzel, hot dog, and nut carts you find in tourist areas, but the corner Halal carts and breakfast carts that are around all transit hubs in the City.
Marinated in oregano, lemon, and coriander, chicken thighs are browned, chopped into chunks and served over a pile turmeric-yellow rice. Of course, it wouldn't be halal-cart style without the ubiquitous (and none too fancy) salad of iceberg and tomatoes, and that mysterious sweet-sour-tangy white sauce that just has to be ladled all over the chicken and rice for true street-style authenticity.
Check out the recipe page to learn how to make it for yourself!
via Serious Eats
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