A hearty combination of moist braised dark-meat chicken and tender chickpeas seasoned with a warm, Moroccan-inspired spice blend.
I don't know about you, but I can't get enough of Moroccan-inspired braises. They're generally fairly simple to put together, but their use of spices makes their flavor complex. This tagine uses eight spices to form a warm, savory spice blend that brings out the best in dark-meat chicken and tender chickpeas. Once you have the spice blend made, it's just a matter of putting together the braise and letting it gently simmer for under an hour. Serve with some fluffy couscous and a vegetable salad dressed with plenty of acidity, and you have a completely satisfying meal. This is also one of those dishes that will taste better after a night in the fridge, so leftovers are welcome!
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