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Bring a little Moroccan to your kitchen! This Moroccan Chicken Stew is fresh, fast and flavourful and so perfect for a crowd! Made with an abundance of herbs and spices, chicken, olives and chickpeas, this dish will transport your taste buds to the souks of Marrakech!
If you didn't know already, I love Moroccan food, like absolutely adore it! Morocco would probably be one of the most interesting countries I've visited in my travels. I went back for my 21st birthday on a trip with my sister, but I'd so love to go back again and revisit the markets and of course, the food!
What I loved about the food, was that, despite the fact that a lot of dishes were heavier dishes, the food still felt super light and fresh and jam-packed with flavour. They use a lot of spices in their cooking, and if you wander around the markets, you can smell the flavours of Morocco wafting through the air.
So you can only imagine how excited I was to find a recipe for Moroccan Chicken Stew by scanning the new Foster Farms DORI™ on-pack QR code!
Have you guys met DORI™ before? It's Foster Farms’ latest addition! DORI™ is a QR code accessible via your smartphone camera to consumers located in California, Oregon and Washington! Foster Farms is one of the first fresh poultry/meat companies with an on-pack QR code, and I love how easily I can find recipes!
As much as I love coming up with my own recipes, sometimes it's just so much nicer to have the hard work taken care of for me! That's why I love that I can simply open my camera on my smartphone, point to the QR code to scan and am immediately linked to DORI™, where I can find savings, fresh recipes on the go, product information and simplified labelling terms. It's so easy to scan and save every time I shop!
If you're really struggling to find new recipes, scan the Foster Farms DORI™ on-pack QR code for hundreds of original recipes to choose from! How easy is that?
That is exactly where I found this recipe for Moroccan Chicken Stew. I am notorious for forgetting ingredients, so I personally loved being able to see the ingredients right there in front of me!
Plus, this recipe is delicious! As I mentioned before, Moroccan is my favourite type of food!
This Moroccan Chicken Stew would be perfect for entertaining! Serving six, this recipe can be made in under 40 minutes, and is SO fresh and flavourful! I love the flavour combinations of the spice, tomatoes, chickpeas and olives! True Moroccan style food!
This recipe is super easy to make, and is all combined into one pot for easy serving! Serve over fresh couscous and your work is done!
So, if you're in the mood for some delicious chicken recipes, savings and more head into stores that stock Foster Farms Chicken, look for the DORI™ label and check it out today! Click here for all the information you can get scanning the Foster Farms DORI™ QR code on the label!!
Moroccan Chicken Stew
- 1 tablespoon plain all-purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon ground coriander
- 1 teaspoon ground cumin
- 1 teaspoon ground paprika
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1 lbs Foster Farms Boneless Skinless Chicken Thigh Fillets cut into 1"/2.5cm pieces
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 2 yellow/brown onions cut into wedges
- 3 garlic cloves minced
- 28 oz can crushed tomatoes undrained
- 15 oz can chickpeas rinsed and drained
- 1 ½ cups water
- ½ cup raisins
- ⅓ cup small pitted ripe olives
- 3 cups hot cooked couscous
- ¼ cup snipped fresh cilantro
- Combine the flour, coriander seed, cumin, paprika, cinnamon and salt and pepper in a small bowl.
- Add the chicken, and coat until well combined.
- In a 4-quart Dutch Oven, heat the olive oil over medium heat.
- Saute the onions and garlic for 4-6 minutes or until tender. Remove the onions and garlic from the pot with a slotted spoon, but keep the remaining oil.
- Add the chicken to the Dutch Oven, half at a time. Cook quickly until the chicken is lightly browned, stirring frequently.
- Return all the chicken and the onion mixture to the pan.
- Add tomatoes, chickpeas, water, raisins and olives.
- Bring to the boil, reduce heat, cover and simmer for about 10 minutes, or until chicken is tender.
- Serve over the cooked couscous and garnish with the cilantro.
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Tanya Harris says
Stews are perfect this time of year and this one with an ethnic twist sounds right up my alley.
What a delicious looking stew! I just recently learned about DORI and all it's benefits - can't wait to try it out.
Jacque Hastert says
This is perfect for chilly fall mornings!
thanks Jacque! it's so cozy!
I'm a big fan of stews during Fall season. This looks really delicious and so flavorful. I love moroccan spices and herbs so I guess I'll be liking this recipe. Can't wait to try.
thanks Natalie! it is perfect for cold weather, so cozy and comforting!
Oh my goodness!! This looks super delicious and packed with amazing flavors... Can't wait to to give it a try!
thanks Sonia:) it's so cozy for the cooler weather!
What a fabulous recipe! It's cold and rainy where I am and this looks like the perfect lunch!
It would be so perfect for a rainy day!!! Now all I want to do it chill on the couch eating it!
Shivani Raja says
Ohh I’ve always wanted to visit Morocco, for the gorgeous architecture and of course the food! The markets must have been amazing too!
Morocco is amazing! The food, people, buildings and the little knick-knacks you can buy are amazing, I'd love to go back some day!
This sounds delicious and really comforting. I love the raisins and olives in it for a sweet/savoury balance.
Thanks Danielle 🙂 the flavour is beautifully balanced! it's not spicy either which is great!
Katherine | Love In My Oven says
I would love to try visiting Morocco! It's on my list for sure. I definitely adore their cuisine! There is a Moroccan recipe in Calgary and the food is amazing. I will definitely need to try your stew on one of those chilly Canadian nights!
Thanks Katherine 🙂 I loved Morocco, but still haven't had any decent Moroccan since moving here! Maybe I will have to visit Canada;)