This Moroccan Chicken Tagine is seriously so delicious, you won’t believe how easy it is to make. I’ve partnered with my friends at Casablanca Foods to show you how easy it is to make this tasty Moroccan dish. Their Mina sauces are the perfect introduction to the best of Moroccan flavors.
Today, we are working with the chicken tagine sauce. The tagine sauce is a fuse of garlic, ginger, turmeric, cumin, coriander, lemon juice, saffron, olive oil, salt, and pepper. Much like all of the Mina sauces, the Tagine sauces are incredibly versatile. They can be used for poultry, beef or seafood dishes. You can even use the tagine sauces to create rich and flavorful vegetable stews.
Now, what is Tagine? Tagine refers to slow-cooked savory stews often made with meat or fish. But, the term also refers to the clay pot the stew is cooked in. Now, because of its shallow bottom shaped like a pie dish, and a conical lid with a round top, the tagine is the perfect pot for braising. But, you can also create a variety of dishes in the pot using ingredients such as beans, couscous, and other vegetables.
Now, of course, finding a tagine to cook your stew is a little hard nowadays. But, using a deep ceramic cast-iron Dutch oven will do the job just fine. You want to make sure your Dutch oven or ceramic pot has a lid. Or, use foil to cover the pot.
Where to Buy:
Today, it is even easier to get your hands on these delicious sauces. All of Mina’s sauces can now be shopped at Thrive Market. Your one-stop shop destination for all your pantry needs now carries the taste of Morocco. With these sauces, you are able to create tasty Moroccan dishes without any hassle. With a few extra ingredients, you won’t believe how easy it is to put together authentic, healthy and delicious Moroccan dishes.
Moroccan Chicken Tagine
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The chicken tagine sauce contains everything you need to achieve perfectly braised cuts of chicken. The sauce is the perfect mix of simple yet fragrant and authentic ingredients that come together to create the perfect Moroccan dish. And if you haven’t tasted a Moroccan dish before, this is the perfect way to get your feet wet.
Want more Moroccan infusion? Try our Slow Cooker Moroccans Ribs.Print
Cuts of chicken braised in a rich Moroccan tagine sauce.
4 Chicken quarters (or 1 whole chicken cut into pieces)
1 chopped onion (or 10 pearl onions)
1 12-ounce jar Mina Moroccan chicken Tagine Sauce
2 tbsp. freshly chopped cilantro leaves
1 cup green pitted olives (halved)
To begin, preheat the oven to 400˚F.
Now, add chicken and onions to a large dutch oven and pour the entire jar of sauce over the chicken. Cover the pot and braise in the preheated oven for 1 hour. After 30 minutes of cooking, remove the pot from the oven and stir in olives and 1 tablespoon of cilantro. Return the pot to the oven and continue to cook for the remaining 30 minutes.
Finish with the remaining cilantro leaves and serve the chicken with rice, couscous, zucchini noodles or crusty bread to mop up all the delicious sauce.
Make sure you wait until the chicken is half cooked before you add the olives and cilantro so they do not lose their shape.
This post is in partnership with Casablanca Foods and Mina Brand. However, all words and beliefs are my own. And as always, I would never recommend a product or company to you I do not use or believe in myself. Thank you for your continued support of Confessions Of A Clean Foodie.