So delicious! I would change nothing, but I did use dried chick peas, 1/2 cup, and soaked them overnight, adding them at the same time with the chicken and they were cooked by the time chicken was cooked. Also, at the end of cooking time I added some couscous in the pot to absorb the lovely juices, resulting a tagine like dish. Very very good and simple as well and the whole meal in one pot.
Fantastic!!! I removed the skin from the chicken, but otherwise followed the recipe. I normally don't like fruit with meat - loved this - and now am trying alot more recipes with fruit in them. Thanks!
Absolutely Fabulous & I'm not even a huge fan of raisins.....
Great job as usual Kittencal
I didn't have raisins - only had honey dates on hand - and used that as a substitute and it still came out fantastic. Great combination of flavours!
Ohh Kittencal! How delicious this is! I made it just as written and found the seasonings just perfect. I've loved all your recipes that I've tried so I didn't give a thought to serving this (untried) recipe to my guests. They loved it too. I'll be doing this frequently I'm sure! Thank you so much...again.
OH... MY... GAWD!!!! I love kittencal's recipes and knew this would come out well, but my gosh! Exceeded my expectations! So yummy!!! Halved the recipe and made it exactly and it was just fabulous! Thank you so much! Gonna make this again next week. Can't wait ! And the raisins and chickpeas were just the perfect amount!
Soooo easy, soooo good! Nothing more to say!
Delicious recipe! My husband loved it and typically doesn't like exotic foods. Only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is the amount of chickpeas. I thought 1 1/2 cups was too much and overpowered the sauce. My recommendation is to decrease amount in half to a 3/4 cup of chickpeas. I would also add them into the broth a little sooner so they have a little more time to cook (10 minutes). Overall, a fantastic recipe that provides plenty of flavor and is easy to make.
Very flavorful, but I did make a few changes so that I can use up the chickpea salad I had bought. So though the recipe is not true to form, it was still good. I did find that with a good pan, I did not have to add much oil to brown the chicken (it already had the fat from the skin). Great way to use up the chickpea and raisins I had lying around.
I have not cooked anything I don't like from Kittencal. She never disappoints! I loved this recipe, I have made it many times over the past few years. I tried it with boneless skinless chicken breast, it is not as good as the way she makes it. I also loved the raisins so much that I added more. Ha! Bad idea, it was just too sweet. Make it as she explains and it will come out perfect. Just make sure you season your meat!