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Pita Jungle Introduces New Seasonal Kitchen Crafts Menu

Posted on: July 16th, 2019 by Kelly Potts No Comments

Keto and paleo diners rejoice: Pita Jungle has launched a new seasonal menu just for you! These dishes are keeping up with the latest diets, while staying true to their Mediterranean roots. 

The New Pita Jungle Kitchen Crafts Menu include:

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Moroccan Gazpacho | tomato, cucumber, onion, cilantro, celery, jalapeno, garbanzo beans, lemon juice, seasonings. Served cold with pine nuts, cucumbers or pita chip

Bone Broth Ramen with Shirataki Noodles | beef bone broth, shirataki noodles, miso, kimchi, baby spinach, green onions

Super Green Nordic Salmon Bowl | wood-fired Norwegian salmon, super green julienne: Tuscan kale, red and green cabbage, peppers, fennel, garlic, lemon remoulade, fresh mint, dill

Mahi Burrito of the Sea | mahi-mahi, Tuscan kale, red and green cabbage, tomatoes, red onion, pickles, fresh jalapenos, cilantro and parsley, lemon remoulade, gluten-free wrap

Shaved Korean Beef Cauliflower Tostada | premium shaved beef cuts, spicy gochujang sauce, flash sautéed super green julienne: Tuscan kale, red and green cabbage, peppers, garlic, ginger, pea sprouts, cauliflower parmesan crust

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Avocado Cauliflower Tostada | crushed avocado, fresh citrus, hard-boiled egg, Pico de Gallo, pickled onions, green onions, red radish, fresh jalapeno, pea sprouts, cilantro, cauliflower parmesan crust

Photo Credit | Pita Jungle

PJ Green Tea Panacotta with Chia Seeds topped with pistachios, almonds, local honey, blueberries and strawberry 

Gluten-Free Brownie Ice Cream Sandwich 

Personal favorites of the new seasonal menu include the Avocado Cauliflower Tostada and the gluten-free brownie ice cream sandwich! 

In addition to these dishes being keto and paleo friendly, most dishes can be made to fit vegan and vegetarian diets! 

Stop in to your local Pita Jungle to enjoy these dishes through September! 

About the Author - Kelly Potts

Kelly Potts is PR Pro, dog mom, animal rescue volunteer, wannabe baker and freelance writer. She has a passion for the local food community in the Valley and enjoys sharing her recent discoveries with friends and readers. Follow her on Instagram: @kellypotts14.

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