Moroccan Chicken with Olives and Preserved Lemons

 

October 16th 2012By orly

I first started coming across recipes that used preserved lemons like this dish for a Moroccan with preserved lemons and olives, about this time last year. The idea of preserved lemons was very intriguing and I just had to try them. Since I was not able to find any preserved lemons I finally decided to just make some myself and my first batch was ready to try. Olives are a food that I really enjoy but I rarely seem to cook with them so this dish was on the top of my list of recipes to try using the preserved lemons. Besides, it was the perfect excuse to pick up some nice quality olives to snack on at the same time. To top it all off this dish is braised so the chickens juices drip into the sauce and all of the flavours have a good chance to mingle and get to know each other including those amazing Moroccan spices. This dish takes a little bit of time and effort, but not too much, and it is well worth it. The Moroccan chicken with olives and lemon preserves turned out really well! Everything mixed together to form a tasty symphony of flavour in your mouth. Every time I try a dish with a Moroccan spice blend I am liking them more and more. I don't normally use so many spices in a single dish but the Moroccan spice blends seem to work really well. I really liked the touch of heat that the harissa brought to the table and the sweetness of the honey balanced it out well. The preserved lemon peel had a nice texture and really brought the lemon flavour to the dish. Overall I really enjoyed this dish and I look forward to enjoying the leftovers. I now have a jar and a half of preserved lemons and I would certainly like to hear how you enjoy your preserved lemons.

 

Moroccan Chicken Tagine

 
Chicken Tagine

August 13th 2013By Shifra Klein

Moroccan cuisine often calls for a tagine, which is a unique cooking utensil that is used to slowly cook chicken and other proteins. Instead of using a tagine in this recipe, use a crock pot. Crock pots can go way beyond cholent and are great when you need to cook in a hurry. In the morning or early afternoon, place all ingredients in the crock pot and slow cook it…by dinner time you will have a one pot, aromatic dinner that is sure to please all.

 

Mediterranean Sweet and Sour Chicken

 
Rosh Hashanah chicken with orange sauce recipe

September 14th 2012By May I have that recipe

A sweet and sour chicken made with lots of fruit and some apricot jam. The flavors work wonderfully and are particularly warm and comforting.

 

Chicken with Preserved Lemon, Artichokes and Olives

 
 

Apricot Chicken Tajine

 
Apricot Chicken Tajine

March 30th 2010By joyofkosher

A Chicken Tajine is a traditional Moroccan recipe with tremendous flavor.