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Delicious! Like another reviewer, I used Craisins instead of the currents. Flavors were fabulous. I am actually excited about leftovers tonight! Thanks for sharing.
Awesome!! My husband said it tasted like he was at an exotic restauarant. loved the flavors!
This recipe appeared in a South Florida newspaper when the woman who created it won the Pillsbury Bake Off and one million dollar prize. I think this was early 2000s, I still have that clipping. This recipe is very good, easy and appealing. When I read that someone got a Million dollars for a recipe, I thought that was silly until I made this dish.
This was absoloutly fabulous! Great with the currants and served with couscous! Thanks so much for sharing; we will be making this one again!
First, after tasting this oh-so-yum-ilicious meal, I can't believe someone thought any less of this moroccan style feast. I only had 5 chicken thighs, so ended up with plenty of sauce, which everyone in the house loved. I added onions while browning the meat, and also seasoned the chicken with a little seasoning salt. I only had raisens on hand, and added the garbanzo beans, as well. The taste is sweet and spicy and honestly, the medium salsa did not even come close to overpowering the dish. Great blend of flavors! Even though we were full after the first helping, we all had seconds! Thanks!
This is the greatest recipe ever! It's so easy to make and tastes soooooo good overtop of rice. It's a family favourite! Mmmmm!
This is an exotic tasting dish made with items that I almost always have on hand. I did sub raisins for the currants and skipped the almonds so the kids would eat it. After making the mistake the first time, I double or triple the sauce now. My family loves this over basmati rice! Thank you for posting.
This was perfect! I used breasts and it came out just fine, but next time I will try chicken thighs. It had a wonderful texture and the sauce was the perfect consistency (albeit a little vinegary from the bottled salsa I used, next time I'll use homemade salsa). It went great with couscous. Thanks for posting!
Just a comment for now, until I try this again. I used chicken breast for this recipe- and it just does not work, in our opinion. The sauce is good, but the chicken breast made the dish lackluster. DH said before we give up on it, we will try with thighs- I just know that will add lots to the flavor. Also, used chopped dried apricots in place of the currants and upped the seasonings a bit. Stay tuned....