No ImagePressure Cooker Moroccan Chicken

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  1. Caroline

    Absolutely delicious! My 2 year old ate it all up and I loved it. Had it with couscous and spinach.

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  2. Janey

    This was good, and quick and easy (I’ve also made the slow cooker version). But, to me, neither is as good as Elise’s original stovetop version — https://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/moroccan_chicken_with_lemon_and_olives/ . I don’t have a tagine — works just fine in a deep saute pan. Will try the ras el hanout next time I make it. Takes a little longer, but worth the time. However, I loved the pot-in-pot idea. Great time (and pan) saver!

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  3. Lisa

    Amazing … switched things up a little, used bone-in chicken thighs and browned on each side to make the skin crispy & add to the overall richness. Increased chicken broth by 1/2 cup, served with Jasmine rice & Naan. Our teen/tween kids devoured it, our 13 year old son declared it the perfect balance of sweet/savory/salty/tart and asked I put it on our monthly meal rotation. Bonus is the Ras el Hanout leaves a delicious smell of cinnamon & cloves hours after dinner is done!

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  4. Harah

    I wish I was eating this for lunch today – it looks so healthy and delicious!

  5. Foodiewife

    This was very flavorful. I have a big jar of Ras el hanout, and I used 2 Tbps. (next time I might use a bit less as it was a bit overpowering). The only changes I made was to saute the chicken to get fond in the pot. I was happy to find a use for the preserved lemons that I had made. Then I sauteed the onions, garlic and then the spices. I added the chicken back in. I am not a fan of olives, unfortunately, so I added dried apricots and prunes instead. I served it over couscous and loved it! So fast and easy.

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