This came from the BBC's tv program Economy Gastronomy. They served this as part of a whole meal as a side dish with roast lamb. We made the whole meal, too, but the salad was the best part! This could be a main dish for a veggie meal.
This came from Sainsbury’s free in-store recipes, “Feed Your Family for a Fiver” campaign. It is not as aromatic and complex flavoured as many Moroccan chicken recipes are, but it is mighty tasty for a quick week-night meal!
When I made it, I used chicken breasts instead of the thighs. If you do so, you may need to use a bit more olive oil to brown them.
In the UK what Americans call jell-o is called jelly. What Americans call jelly, Brits call jam. My bilingual life is fascinating... ha!
So, this is to comfort someone with a cold or sore throat... very soothing. It comes from In the Mood for Food.
Note: Cooking time is for chilling... there really is no cooking involved.