Chicken Tagine with Lemon and Olives

  • JasonBurn Posted: 01/04/11
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    This was a hit! We expected a sour dish (with the lemon and green olives), but were pleasantly surprised by the flavor. It's a multi-step recipe, but worth every minute. Delicious and impressive.

  • SibsterNYC Posted: 01/01/09
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    This is one of our favorite chicken entrees and we love the lemon and citrus flavors mixed with olives and spices.

  • bmgrsgjag Posted: 01/08/11
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    I've made this recipe a number of times. It is great in the winter. I use boneless, skinless chicken thighs - tough more fat,absorb flavor better. Breasts just don't do the job for this recipe. Also can do this in crockpot and it works! Great for weekdays.

  • RottenGuatemaln Posted: 04/26/09
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    Yum. Made it just like it says, except we used minced garlic from a jar. Don't fear the cilantro -- it doesn't take over the taste like in some recipes, but it clearly adds to it.

  • Brie30 Posted: 06/03/12
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    I have made this many a time & my husband and I love it. The flavors all go together great. Though you don't need a tagine dish for this version, to us it takes just like the tagine dishes we've had in moroccan restaurants. A very tasty dish!

  • JessicaJJM Posted: 04/13/13
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    We didn't marinate for an hour, just 5 min and glad. Think an hour would make the lemon too over powering. LOVE this recipe. Chicken is so juicy. Fav. chicken recipe so far.

  • kimmer99 Posted: 02/02/14
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    Really just a delicious recipe. You can read my review here: http://www.whatireallythink.net/chicken-tagine-with-lemon-and-olives/.

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