By Sephardi Kitchen on May 06, 2010
"This sweet-sour stew is enjoyed by many Sephardic families during the Passover seder and other festive events. It has a longer cooking time, but requires very minimal work on your part and tastes even better the next day! Note: Meat+ fruit combinations are fairly common in Middle Eastern cuisine, but can take getting used to if you have not tried it before. If the stew is too sweet for your taste, just add more sliced lemon or lemon juice. Also, do not brown the chicken before adding the water- the pieces will retain their shape instead of falling apart to create a stew."
Serving Size: 1 (147 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4