The McArabia is a pita bread sandwich available at all McDonald's outlets in Arab countries and Pakistan. It is known as the Grilled Chicken foldover in Singapore and South Africa, as McOriental in Spain and Holland, the McTurco in Turkey, Greek Mac in Greece and Cyprus, as the McKebab in Israel; the sandwich was made to meet West Asian local taste. The Sandwich was introduced as the Greek Mac in 2001 in Greece; the McArabia was introduced in Saudi Arabia and UAE in March 2003 due to a sharp fall of profits in 2002, declared a permanent product, due to boycotts on American brands and restaurants over the war in Iraq and claiming that the ingredients were not from local vendors. The first version of the sandwich used grilled chicken with pita bread, imported from the UK for the first week switched to local bakers. In 2004 the Kofta variant was added, In 2005 the sandwich was introduced in Malaysia and a limited spicy beef variant in 2006. McArabia: Grilled chicken, which contains two grilled chicken patties with tomatoes and topped with garlic sauce wrapped in pita bread Served in the UAE, KSA, Qatar, Morocco, Egypt and Bahrain.
McArabia grilled kofta. Served with lettuce, tomatoes and garlic mayonnaise in addition to two patties of grilled kofta, all in an Arabic style pita bread, served in Egypt. and withdrawn from other countries in early years, was available as a limited time sandwich September 2014. McArabia: Crispy Chicken a variant that replaces the grilled chicken, was available September 2014. McArabia: Veggie a variant with vegetable based patty was available in Kuwait around September 2014 McArabia: Sujuk a variant that replaces the Kofta and was available in the UAE September 2014 McArabia Saveur Tagine was a variant that had cumin bread, basil sauce, onions and coriander, combined with grilled vegetables, with a spicy basil sauce, it was only available in Morocco in April 2009. McArabia Saveur Badinjan was a variant that had grilled vegetables; the sandwich was only available in Morocco in April 2009. Mini McArabia was a variant, similar to the McArabia, its ingredients and price were cut in half from the regular McArabia, making it have one single patty and fewer vegetables, its patty variants were Sujuk and Grilled Chicken.
McArabia Halloumi is a breakfast item, Pita bread that had a grilled Halloumi cheese accompanied by lettuce and black olives. The official McDonald's Arabia website Nutrition facts for the McArabia
Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki simply referred to as Nowy Dwór, is a town in east-central Poland with ca. 42500 inhabitants. It is situated in the Masovian Voivodeship, it is the capital of Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki County. One of its districts is Modlin, created from incorporating the former village of Modlin into the growing town in 1961. Modlin Fortress is now part of the city. Many structures related to the fort can be seen in the Modlin district, including ruins from defensive structures designed by Napoleon Bonaparte and Tsarist Blocks built between 1899 - 1901 to house soldiers of the Russian army, which are still in use as private flats today. From 1941 till 1942 a ghetto existed between the four streets Nałęcza, Warszawska and Piaskowa, most of the Jewish inhabitants were murdered in Auschwitz. Holocaust survivor Yehudis Pshenitse has recounted the efforts of a parish priest from Nowy Dwór to save her life after the murder of more than 2000 Jews in Rembertów ghetto in August 1942. Hiding her in his cellar, he gave her false papers identifying her as a Christian.
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