By yooper on July 23, 2002
"A Moroccan-inspired grilled chicken dish! Prep time includes 8 hours marinating time."
Serving Size: 1 (385 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"Mark, this was a lovely change of pace for us. I thought I had just about 'chickened' myself out, but no...! This is a real winner. I loved the aroma of the toasting seeds. It made the kitchen smell wonderful. The cinnamon was just the right amout. I marinated it in a large Ziploc bag, and just kept turning the bag over to make sure it was all covered. Served with a tomato, cucumber and onion salad. What a wonderful meal. Thanks for sharing this recipe."
"Just the right flavor for this hot spell we are having. I used skinless breasts cut up, marinated overnight & then skewered they were wonderful. Served with a huge veggie salad (raw Broccoli, cauliflower tomatoes etc etc) with no dressing and had Ginger salsa on the side Excellent dinner"
"We loved this recipe...it had the right blend of spices. I made up the marinade and used it with chicken thighs. I froze the package flat, so it took little effort to thaw it out! I would definately do this one again!"
"Add me to the fans!!! I also used only one chicken so just cut the ingredients in half and combined all ingredients in my food processor (less chopping). I also substituted black peppercorns because I couldn't find white. LOVE THIS DISH!!!!!!"
"Wow lovely flavours with out it been to intense. I used 1 chicken only so decreased the spice to 1/4 the quantity Used cracked black pepper instead and then dry fryed it with the other spices so have more controle of the amount you putting in. Subtituted olive oil for canola, added 1/2 the amount added green olives and doted with a small amount off butter...Was yummy Thank you for a gr8 recipe will be making it often."
"yum. I used a whole chicken instead of the pieces and roasted it in the oven and served in with a mixed lettuce salad wrapped in tortillas. I didn't use the cinnamon as there was none avaliable where i was and i used black instead of white peppercorns. I will definatly be makig this again "