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Quick & Easy Chicken Tagine

Quick & Easy Chicken Tagine created by Keeferop

Inspired by Rachael Ray's 30 minute replica of this wonderful traditional dish. I serve it with brown rice, but also wonderful with cous-cous or other grains. Grilled plantains also introduce a wonderful sweetness to the mix.

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  • In a large nonstick skillet, add the olive oil and smashed garlic.
  • Sauté onions for 1-2 minutes and add the chicken.
  • Sprinkle on the spice mixture (cumin--cayenne). Cook for 2 minutes on each side.
  • Add the prunes, raisins, and chicken stock. Stir to combine, reduce to moderate heat, and cook covered for 8 minutes.
  • Let simmer until near meal time. Remove cover and cook 2-3 minutes to help remove some of the moisture. Add more salt, pepper, or cayenne to taste. Top with cilantro.
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"Inspired by Rachael Ray's 30 minute replica of this wonderful traditional dish. I serve it with brown rice, but also wonderful with cous-cous or other grains. Grilled plantains also introduce a wonderful sweetness to the mix."
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  1. Keeferop
    Quick & Easy Chicken Tagine Created by Keeferop
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  2. Lexie
    I made this for supper last night and boy was it good! I didn't have prunes so substituted chopped dates.Served it over couscous with pine nuts. It was even better left over for lunch today.Thanks for posting!
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  3. Lexie
    I made this for supper last night and boy was it good! I didn't have prunes so substituted chopped dates.Served it over couscous with pine nuts. It was even better left over for lunch today.Thanks for posting!
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  4. ladypit
    This is so tasty. There was no mention of what I should do with the onions so I chopped them. And I was a little confused about how to cut the chicken. But the flavors on this are really wonderful. The prunes and raisins added a lovely sweetness. I served this over cooked barley and it was wonderful to absorb the flavors of this dish. Thanks!
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  5. Keeferop
    Inspired by Rachael Ray's 30 minute replica of this wonderful traditional dish. I serve it with brown rice, but also wonderful with cous-cous or other grains. Grilled plantains also introduce a wonderful sweetness to the mix.
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