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Moroccan Chicken

Moroccan Chicken created by moxie

The Chicken Cookery provided this yummy recipe. It is so very good on a cold winter day or a rainy Wednesday night....

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  • Pour the oil into a Sauce pan over medium-high heat.
  • Add the onion, garlic, and cook, stirring, about 2 minutes or until the onion is soft.
  • Stir in the turmeric, cinnamon, red pepper, cloves, and bay leaf.
  • Add chicken and chicken stock and cook over medium-high heat until liquid boils.
  • Reduce heat to low, cover and cook for 25 minutes.
  • Add tomatoes, green pepper, carrots, and salt, and cook for another 10 minutes or until the chicken and the vegetables are tender.
  • To serve place layer couscous first.
  • Then with a slotted spoon, arrange the chicken and vegetables around the couscous.
  • Ladle broth over all, and if you want to you can sprinkle with raisins and slivered almonds.
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"The Chicken Cookery provided this yummy recipe. It is so very good on a cold winter day or a rainy Wednesday night...."
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  1. panda1398
    This was quite a good dish. My boyfriend even complimented it and said we should make it again. Decreasing the amount of broth is definitely necessary and the addition of the almonds and raisins truly completes the dish. Thanks for a great recipe.
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  2. Sonya 2
    This is just so damn good! I think it will be a regular in my household
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  3. Misspudding
    We omitted the carrots, chickpeas, raisins and almonds and the dish was still great!! The reason we didn't use the chickpeas is we were already having Hasa Al Hummus soup (Recipe #140868). Both were excellent!
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  4. Jeffs Girl Way Out
    Magnificent!!! I made this last night for supper. This dish has such a unique blend of flavors! I used the full four cups of broth, but in the end, I used cornstarch and water to thicken. Beautiful in taste and presentation. I served it with couscous this time and will try it with a good rice next time. Oh, and definitely garnish with toasted almonds and raisins! That takes it to a whole new level!! Since the directions don't specify, I chose to add the chickpeas at step #6. Again, this dish is deep with flavor, and wins a permanent 5 stars at our house. ~Jeff's Girl Way Out West
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  5. 95north
    THIS IS EXCELLENT! Have made it several times - once with shrimp - very good !
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