This was pretty good. Breasts got a little dry. I might do it next time with just thighs.Read More
This was an easier recipe than I thought and was able to put it together for dinner after work. Had all ingredients on hand but used home canned apricots instead of dried.
Flavors permeated the house and my guy was drooling.
Great easy recipe!Read More
This was a huge hit and made the house smell fantastic. I used homemade chicken stock and used a mix of olives from a jar of Mediterranean-spiced olives and pepperoncini peppers that I happened to have on hand. The hint of pepper flavor in the olives added a pleasant zip to the dish. I also took the other reviewers' recommendation and made my couscous with chicken stock and toasted pine nuts. I used Israeli couscous, which takes a little longer to cook but it is amazing. I paired it with CL's Lemony Asparagus-Mushroom Stir-Fry (i know, it doesn't sound Moroccan, but it worked great). I didn't get too much of a lemony flavor from either dish - it was just right!Read More
I cut apart and skinned a whole chicken and cooked it in an electric skillet. I was surprised at how well the flavor infused the meat. Very tasty.Read More
This is basically a good recipe, but I found the amount of lemon suggested to be overpowering and not something my boys would eat. Next time, I will lightly flour the chicken before browning, to help it retain that nice color during the cooking time. Also, I will reduce the amount of lemon juice by half. The reviewer that suggested it be served with couscous mixed with pine nuts was right on. I also cooked the couscous in chicken broth and added a bit of crushed red pepper for a little kick. This is a good solid recipe that just needs a little tweaking to suit the family. This is especially delicious during the summer, when the fresh taste of lemons is so popular and cooling.Read More
Love this recipe. It's one of our summer standards. We delete the parsley, add a lot more olives so that there is an olive with every bite, and always serve it with couscous with pine nuts (and add a few pine nuts too). It's a delicious and lovely dish that is easy to put together with ingredients that you should have on hand, and guests always rave when served this dish.Read More
Really good recipe..Ton's of flavor..I did however, added more chicken broth as i like a little more sauce to it. I added a little cornstarch to make sauce little thicker. Other than that, its a very delish recipe. :)Read More
amazing! an instant hit at my house. i've tried other chicken tagine recipes from cooking light and this is definitely the best.Read More
Easy and tasty. Used thighs and drumsticks - skin removed. Will need to double the broth next time and add some salt as the flavor of the olives (maybe slice in half lengthwise since cooking time is less) did not marry to the sauce. Because I used smaller pieces of chicken, the cook time was more like 15 minutes cover on - 4-5 minutes cover off. Chicken was at 174 degrees at this point. If I double the broth, I will remove the chicken at these cooking times and then reduce the sauce with the cover off until desired consistency.Read More
This was very good. Used chicken thighs instead of the recipe, but other than that followed it through. Served it with couscous on the side. Tasty and delicious! A little time consuming to prep and make, but not too bad for what you get in the end result. Will definitely make again!Read More