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Moroccan Chicken - Pritikin Style

This is a surprisingly delicious chicken dish that uses no added fat or salt, and sets off the couscous perfectly. Don't skip the sultanas even if you're not fond of them - they don't overpower the sauce but add a subtle sweetness to the whole dish.

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1hr 10mins
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  • Place chicken, onions, capsicum, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, sultanas and all seasonings.
  • Add enough water or stock to just cover ingredients.
  • Bring to the boil, reduce heat and simmer 40 mins.
  • Add chickpeas and zucchini and cook a further 20 minutes.
  • Stir in green peas then turn off heat.
  • Cook couscous by boiling 2 cups water, then add couscous, cover and let stand 5 minutes.
  • Use a fork to separate grains and fluff up.
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"This is a surprisingly delicious chicken dish that uses no added fat or salt, and sets off the couscous perfectly. Don't skip the sultanas even if you're not fond of them - they don't overpower the sauce but add a subtle sweetness to the whole dish."
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  1. Mrs.Jack
    What a DELICIOUS dish-I thought DH was going to lick the plate clean!!! Only change I made was to use thighs instead of breasts. Made brown rice and topped all w/ lime and cilantro and served w/ green salad and Recipe #121941. Thank you, Bungy, for another great recipe! Made for Fall PAC 2008.
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  2. Bungy
    This is a surprisingly delicious chicken dish that uses no added fat or salt, and sets off the couscous perfectly. Don't skip the sultanas even if you're not fond of them - they don't overpower the sauce but add a subtle sweetness to the whole dish.
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