One glance at the ingredients for this recipe and I knew it was, for me, a must-try recipe. I also loved the inclusion of time for marinating the chicken. Marinating always makes SUCH a difference to the end result. I'll be making this without the red chilli, but I'm well aware that many others will probably want to increase the heat. C'est la vie! I'd also prefer to serve it with a rice dish rather than couscous. I found this recipe in the latest edition - May 2005 - of the 'Australian Good Taste' magazine.
Adopted from the Recipezaar account. This is posted in response to a request for recipes using preserved lemon. I found it in the Seattle paper's archives, but it is originally from "The New Book of Middle Eastern Food"
For those Moroccan dishes. Optional Safi Mixture: 1 cinnamon stick 3 cloves 5 to 6 coriander seeds 3 to 4 black peppercorns 1 bay leaf can be added in between layers of lemons.The addition of olive oil to act as a sealant on top of the lemons but is not necessary.
This is a tasty chicken dish. If you have time, make your own preserved lemons or buy in a specialty store. They are really good in this dish. If not, use a fresh, sliced lemon. Serve with rice or couscous.
I just love this kind of stew -- the lamb and prunes make a wonderful combination (you could use apricots instead of the prunes if you prefer) and the slow cooking means the meat comes out tender everytime.
With preserved lemon, fennel seed, chilli and rosemary - combination of some of my favourite flavours and super easy to make. Good with drinks or to take on picnics. One of my friends tells me these are the best olives ever (bold statement, I know!).