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MOROCCAN CHICKEN TAGINE WITH HONEY AND APRICOTS -about 6 lbs of chicken pieces -2 large yellow onions -2 sticks of butter -1/2 tsp turmeric -1 tsp black pepper -2 cinnamon sticks -1 lb dried apricots or prunes -8 tbsp honey -2 tsp ground cinnamon -1/2 peeled almonds -1 tbsp sesame seeds -oil In a large pot, melt the butter. Fry the chopped onions until soft, and add the chicken, salt, pepper, turmeric and cinnamon sticks. Add enough water to cover the chicken, about two cups. Bring to boil, reduce heat, and simmer until the chicken is done, adding water if necessary. Remove the chicken pieces. Add the apricots and simmer for about fifteen minutes. Add the ground cinnamon and the honey, stir and cook until the sauce has a honey-like consistency. Add more honey if necessary. When the sauce is almost ready, sautee the almonds in oil. Drain most of the oil from the pan, and toast the sesame seeds. Return the chicken to the pot and re-heat. Place chicken in a serving sheet, pour sauce on top of it and top with almonds and sesame seeds. Serve with couscous. TO ALL CANADIANS: PLEASE HELP! While travelling Canada in 1994 I met a girl named _LEANNA MAILHOT_, but unfortunatly we lost contact due to lot of personal troubles I had. - If you know her, please write me her actual adress, or let her know that I am searching for her. Leanna studied at several places in B.C. (Hope, Kamloops, Nelson and others) and has/had a black labrador called "Ronjon". Thanks, Ronjon.

Moroccan Chicken Tagine with Honey and Apricots


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MOROCCAN
CHICKEN TAGINE WITH HONEY AND APRICOTS

-about 6 lbs of
chicken pieces
-2 large yellow onions
-2 sticks of
butter
-1/2 tsp
turmeric
-1 tsp black pepper
-2
cinnamon sticks
-1 lb dried apricots or prunes
-8 tbsp
honey
-2 tsp ground
cinnamon
-1/2 peeled almonds
-1 tbsp sesame seeds
-oil

In a large
pot, melt the butter. Fry the chopped onions until soft, and add the chicken, salt, pepper, turmeric and cinnamon sticks. Add enough water to cover the chicken, about two cups. Bring to boil, reduce heat, and simmer until the chicken is done, adding water if necessary. Remove the chicken pieces.

Add the apricots and
simmer for about fifteen minutes. Add the ground cinnamon and the honey, stir and cook until the sauce has a honey-like consistency. Add more honey if necessary.

When the
sauce is almost ready, sautee the almonds in oil. Drain most of the oil from the pan, and toast the sesame seeds.

Return the
chicken to the
pot and re-heat. Place chicken in a serving sheet, pour sauce on top of it and top with almonds and sesame seeds.

Serve with
couscous.

TO ALL CANADIANS: PLEASE HELP!

While travelling
Canada in 1994 I met a girl named _LEANNA MAILHOT_, but unfortunatly we lost contact due to lot of personal troubles I had. - If you know her, please write me her actual adress, or let her know that I am searching for her. Leanna studied at several places in B.C. (Hope, Kamloops, Nelson and others) and has/had a black labrador called "Ronjon".

Thanks, Ronjon.


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from Wisconsin, United States wrote:4  5

This certainly looks great and for the amount of work that seems to be involved, it's worth it!
4 starsAugust 25, 1999


 
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