South Yorkshire Food

Moroccan Braised Chicken

I love the flavours from Middle Eastern spices and herbs, and this Moroccan dish captures those aromas and tastes. Moroccan cuisine has influences from all over the Mediterranean, but particularly Berber and Andalusian cooking styles. The spices and herbs used in this recipe, cumin, cinnamon, saffron and mint, are typical of Moroccan cooking. The chicken is succulent and tender with crispy skin - serve the chicken with the vegetables and sauce poured over a dish of couscous. Serves 2.

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