Preserved lemons and olives are mainstays of Moroccan cuisine for a good reason - they add a concentrated does of briny, sharp flavor that really elevates a braised dish, keeping it feeling light and fresh even as you've gently cooked dark meat chicken thighs into luxurious tenderness. The spice blend here is just right - a little heat, a little warmth, a little earthiness from the coriander, cumin, paprika, turmeric and cayenne. A touch of saffron adds another layer of flavor. Enjoy this dish over a bed of Israeli couscous to soak up all the delicious sauce - you won't want to let a drop go to waste!
Serves 6. Adapted from Food 52.
A hearty combination of moist braised dark-meat chicken and tender chickpeas seasoned with a warm, Moroccan-inspired spice blend.
There’s a small restaurant chain in Los Angeles called Zankou Chicken that is well known for its super secret chicken shawarma recipe, which is crispy and juicy and beautifully spiced and comes with a crazy-good garlic sauce that will make your breath reek for at least the next few hours if not days.
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