Delicious Moroccan-inspired Tagine

So I got back from an
amazing trip. Add Morocco to your list! Oh my gawd, what a place, what a trip!

And as is customary to hear from anyone who’s got back from
Morocco–the food there is ridiculously delicious! I. Can’t. Even. begin to
explain!

I had this delicious chicken, olive, and preserved lemon tagine
and the taste has been in my mouth ever since. Naturally, I decided to try and
give it a go at home and I must say, I was pleasantly surprised with the
outcome and so was the hubsters! 

Here’s what you need
for this recipe:

1- 2 Chicken breasts

2- 1 preserved lemon

3- 1 sliced onion

4- 3 cloves of garlic, chopped

5- 1 cup of pitted green olives

6- Ras al Hanout spice which consists of:
powdered cumin, cinnamon, ginger, and turmeric.

7- A drizzle of olive oil

8- A cup of water

9- A handful of almonds

10- Chopped parsley


How to cook it:

1- Put some olive oil in a skillet, and sautee
the chicken for 10-15 minutes or until golden brown

2- Add the onions and garlic to the chicken
and sweat out for another 5 minutes

3- Add the spices and cook out for 2 minutes

4- Add the cup of water, cover, and let simmer
for 30 minutes until chicken is tender

5- Toast the almonds in a separate skillet
with some olive oil

6- Top the chicken with the chopped parsley
and toasted almonds

7- Serve on fresh cous-cous or brown rice

8- Enjoy!


This recipe was an
absolute winner in my house. I think you should give it a go!

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