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Menu for the Week of November 9

Food made with love. Delivered to you.

Submit your order by Thursday, Nov 5th before 6 pm

Your meal will be delivered or available for pick up on Monday, Nov 9th

Your chef-prepared meal will be ready for pick up or delivery on Monday, November 9th – fully cooked and prepared so you can heat it up for dinner that night or freeze to enjoy later in the week. Available times are: Delivery 12-2pm, 2-4pm, or 4-6pm or Pick Up 4-6pm. 

Note: Because we source locally whenever possible, ingredients are subject to change due to availability.

Vietnamese Sweet & Sour Shrimp Noodle Soup with Tamarind and Pineapple

(dairy-free, gluten-free)

This Mekong-style Vietnamese sweet and sour soup reflects everything that is real and authentic about Vietnamese home cooking. “Canh Chua Tôm” is a traditional Vietnamese soup that perfectly encompasses the delicate balance of sweet, sour, salty and spicy (optional). It has a variety of fresh vegetables such as tomatoes, okras, and beansprouts cooked with the contrasting flavors of pineapple and tamarind and herbs to create a robust soup of balancing textures and flavors.  Served with rice vermicelli, it is a perfect meal for the colder weather.

$25

for 32 oz of soup 

(4 starter servings)

 

Shrimp is a good source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and antioxidants.

 

Tamarind fruit pulp is a good source of vitamin C and iron and also increases iron absorption. Plus, it contains various nutrients: magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, copper, and calcium.

 

Pineapples are rich in vitamins, enzymes and antioxidants. They may help boost the immune system, build strong bones and aid indigestion. And, despite their sweetness, pineapples are low in calories.

 

Tomatoes have a long list of health benefits and they are rich in vitamins C & K, potassium & folate. The bright red color comes from the phytonutrient lycopene which enhances its benefits by cooking with oil.

 

 

Okras are a great source of protein, healthy fats, fiber, magnesium, folate, and vitamin A.

Vietnamese Chicken and Cabbage Salad

served with Vietnamese Sweet & Sour Shrimp Noodle Soup with Tamarind and Pineapple

(dairy-free, gluten-free)

For this traditional Vietnamese chicken salad “Gỏi Gà,” the humble poached chicken (always organic), shredded cabbage and carrots, and fresh herbs are transformed by a homemade Vietnamese lime vinaigrette and crunchy peanuts into a bold dish that bursts with flavors and texture!

$25

for 1 generous main course + 8 oz. soup

Chicken is a great source of protein & zinc, which supports the immune system.

 

Cabbage is packed with vitamins C & K as well as many other vitamins & minerals. It’s aids digestion & supports cardiovascular health.

Grilled Pineapple Galette with Spiced Caramel Sauce

served with Vietnamese Sweet & Sour Shrimp Noodle Soup with Tamarind and Pineapple

(Vegetarian)

Fresh pineapple is grilled then baked in our homemade buttery galette crust and served with a spiced caramel sauce.  If this doesn’t get you excited, we don’t know what will!

$25

for 1 generous main course + 8 oz. soup

Pineapples are rich in vitamins, enzymes and antioxidants. They may help boost the immune system, build strong bones and aid indigestion. And, despite their sweetness, pineapples are low in calories.

Cinnamon is loaded with antioxidants & has anti-inflammatory properties.

Filipino-Style Chicken Adobo with Hard Boiled Egg

served with Garlic fried rice and Quick Pickled Cucumbers

(dairy free, gluten free)

Filipino chicken adobo is one of the most popular dishes in the Philippines and made even better when served with hard boiled eggs. The Spanish word “adobo” means “marinade” or “pickling sauce.” Like many warm climate cultures, indigenous Filipino cuisine uses vinegar as cooking methods to preserve food. The Filipino style adobo is prepared with vinegar, soy sauce (introduced by Chinese traders), garlic, ginger, and whole peppercorns.  The marinade helps transform the texture of the chicken, leaving it soft, tender, and juicy. The taste is complex but well balanced, with salty, sweet, sour, and spicy notes.

$25

for 1 generous main course

Meal Delivery Santa Fe Los Alamos Filipino Chicken Adobo by Cooked and Delivered by Open Kitchen

Chicken is a great source of protein & zinc, which supports the immune system.

 

Vinegar may have significant health benefits due to its acetic acid content, including blood sugar control, weight management, reduced cholesterol and antimicrobial properties.

 

Garlic is incredibly nutritious. It is high in fiber, manganese, & vitamins B6 & C and has trace amounts of almost every other vitamin and mineral our bodies need. It boosts the immune system, lowers blood pressure & can reduce the risk of heart disease.

 

Ginger is an immune-boosting herb that is loaded with antioxidants & has anti-inflammatory properties.

Vietnamese Braised Tofu Stew with Turmeric, Tomatoes, and Lemongrass

served with Herbed Jasmine Rice and Quick Pickled Cucumbers

(vegan, gluten-free)

This vegan stew hits all the right spots with its robust flavors. Tofu is marinade with housemade vegan “fish sauce” then pan-seared and braised in a rich vegetable broth with turmeric, tomatoes, lemongrass, and lots of fresh herbs. Served with herbed jasmine rice and housemade quick pickled cucumbers.  You won’t miss the meat at all!

$25

for 1 generous main course

Tofu is a good source of protein & contains all nine essential amino acids, iron, calcium, manganese & phosphorous.

 

Lemongrass aids in digestion and helps you cope with cold, cough and flu.

 

Tomatoes have a long list of health benefits and they are rich in vitamins C & K, potassium & folate. The bright red color comes from the phytonutrient lycopene which enhances its benefits by cooking with oil.

 

Turmeric is anti-inflammatory, anticarcinogenic & anti-arthritic & has antioxidants.

Taiwanese Braised Pork Belly with Sweet Soy Sauce

served with Herbed Jasmine Rice and Quick Pickled Cucumbers

(dairy free, gluten free)

Feeling the cold of the winter? This Taiwanese braised pork is perfect for the winter with the rich, suckling flavor. The pork is braised in ginger, scallion, garlic, rice wine, and soy sauce until it is so tender and melts in your mouth. The best way to enjoy this dish is having a bowl of steaming rice and top it with the braised pork and a spoonful of the flavorful sauce! Cautious! You might not be able to stop eating.

$25

for 1 generous main serving 

Pork is thiamin, selenium, protein, niacin, vitamin B-6 and phosphorus, and a good source of zinc, riboflavin and potassium.

 

Ginger & Garlic is a great immune-boosting duo!

From the Pantry

Pickled / Fermented Foods

Handmade using produce from the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market, these pickled vegetables are great as a snack or to keep on hand to enhance you meal as a condiment or a side. 

Classic Korean Cabbage Kimchi

Kimchi from the Pantry at Open Kitchen Santa Fe

This classic Korean kimchi is a true expression of the complexity of umami, that elusive savory fifth taste.

$15

12 ounces 

Vietnamese Rainbow
Carrot & Daikon Pickles

Vietnamese Rainbow Carrot and Daikon Pickles from the Pantry at Open Kitchen Santa Fe 600x600

Add color, crunch, and flavor to almost any dish – salads, fresh rice paper rolls, tacos, burritos, sliders, sandwiches and more.

$15

12 ounces

Pickled Radish &
Bok Choy Slaw

Pickled Radish and Bok Choy Slaw - Pantry Item by Open Kitchen Santa Fe

Perfect topping for burgers & grilled meats. But, don’t limit yourself! Try adding these spicy & tart pickles to a variety of dishes

$15

12 ounces

Simple Syrups

These handcrafted, all-natural syrups are made with organic cane sugar & either fresh organic ginger, organic hibiscus, or organic lemongrass. You can use these as a cocktail mix by adding to vodka, gin, tequila, rum, or sparkling wine. Or, make it a “mocktail” using seltzer or soda water or add some flavor to an iced tea – whatever suits your fancy! Each 12 oz jar of syrup can be used to make approximately 10 to 15 cocktails or mocktails.

You can also get creative and use our syrups in your recipes. Inject into layers of cake before you add your icing. Use them when you poach fruits like pears, apples, or peaches or add a drizzle to your fruit salad. Create marinades when baking or grilling fish or meat. 

Ginger Syrup

Handmade Organic Ginger Cocktail Mocktail Syrups from the Pantry at Open Kitchen cocktail mix

Ginger is an immune-boosting herb that has anti-inflammatory properties and is loaded with antioxidants.

$15

12 ounces 

Hibiscus Syrup

Handmade Organic Hibiscus Cocktail Mocktail Syrups from the Pantry at Open Kitchen cocktail mix

Hibiscus flowers are packed with antioxidants which offer heart-healthy benefits, such as lowering blood pressure.

$15

12 ounces 

Lemongrass Syrup

Handmade Organic Lemongrass Cocktail Mocktail Syrups from the Pantry at Open Kitchen cocktail mix

Lemongrass aids in digestion and helps you cope with cold, cough and flu and tastes amazing.

$15

12 ounces 

Gift Cards

No one is “impossible to shop for” when you can give them a gift card from Open Kitchen!

Give the gift of vibrant global flavors made with nutritious locally grown food and specialty items. Can be used for Cooked and Delivered, any pop up dinners and curated meal events, items from The Pantry, or even used towards our event planning and catering service.

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