Moroccan Chicken: Made on Stove Top, Crock-Pot or Tagine

Moroccan Chicken: Made on Stove Top, Crock-Pot or Tagine created by melonsugar

Shopping at Ikea I bought a Tangine because it looked so cool! Don't worry, if you don't have one - you can just make this on the stove top. If you want it to be ready when you come home from work, just toss it into a crockpot (slow cooker) P.S. you can also make this with Lamb or Pork if you want to!

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directions

  • Super Easy:

  • Olive Oil in pan on high heat.
  • Add chopped onions and sautee a little.
  • Add chicken.
  • Mix a bit.
  • Reduce heat and add all the spices and mix a little.
  • Count to 60 so let the spices warm up a little.
  • After 1 minute has passed, add chicken stock, prunes and rasins and stir a bit.
  • Cover and simmer for about 15 minutes.
  • Uncover, stir a bit again and simmer another 5 minutes until the stock has reduced a bit and it's not so runny.
  • If you are using couscous, put the cous cous on a serving plate first then pour this chicken dish over the couscous which will absorb any loose liquid.
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  • If using a crockpot (slowcooker).
  • Dump everything in the same order as above: oil, onions, chicken, then spices, fruit, cover with stock and slow cook for anywhere from 4 hours (ideal) to no more than 10. The longer it cooks, the better it will be - but it WILL dry out after 10 hours unless you a little extra chicken stock.
  • Side Dish ideas:

  • Polenta.
  • Enjoy!
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"Shopping at Ikea I bought a Tangine because it looked so cool! Don't worry, if you don't have one - you can just make this on the stove top. If you want it to be ready when you come home from work, just toss it into a crockpot (slow cooker) P.S. you can also make this with Lamb or Pork if you want to!"

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  1. melonsugar
    Moroccan Chicken: Made on Stove Top, Crock-Pot or Tagine Created by melonsugar
  2. LaceySingh
    This recipe was super yummy! I always throw this in the crock pot before I go to bed around 8am. The only modification I make is I never put the prunes or raisins in because my DH doesn't like those fruits.(Wow the more I write about this, the more I realize my DH is super picky, lol!) My DH always gobbles this down when I make it. I serve it over rice because my DH isn't a couscous fan, but either way it's good!
  3. Cherylcm
    I made this, froze it, then thawed and put it in the crockpot on high for 5 hours. At 3 hours I put in 4 thin sliced carrots, one sliced zucchini, and 1 diced green pepper. I served it over brown rice for a one dish meal and it was a hit! It's not too hot, just right!
  4. SolightlyUK
    Easy and tasty! I made mine in the crockpot and it worked great -- the spices are absolutely delicious. I did not use the oil and I used dried apricots instead of the other dried fruit suggested because that's what I had. I served mine over couscous. I didn't have any problems with dryness that others had. Will make again!
  5. busy mom of boys
    The best. I miss Moroccan food so much since I moved back from Chicago. Try it.
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