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Spice It Up With Speedy Moroccan Chicken

“The last in the series of Maggi posts. Hope you've enjoyed seeing the new range of products in the Maggi range, that can make your life easier on those busy nights, surprise date nights, or as a cheaper alternative to take away. Moroccan chicken is no exception, but I do have a tasty tip for you with this one.”

Spice It Up With Speedy Moroccan Chicken

Spice It Up With Speedy Moroccan Chicken

The last in the series of Maggi posts. Hope you’ve enjoyed seeing the new range of products in the Maggi range, that can make your life easier on those busy nights, surprise date nights, or as a cheaper alternative to take away.

Moroccan chicken is no exception, but I do have a tasty tip for you with this one. 

Lemon Couscous

Place one cup of couscous in a heat proof bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Cover with 1 cup of boiling water, and place a plate on top and allow to steam. Once you’ve finished cooking the MAGGI Moroccan Chicken, fluff the couscous up with a fork with the juice of half a lemon.

The lemon makes this dish a little bit more exciting, and goes well with the rich Moroccan spices. This dish also made me realise… I like chickpeas! Never really had them in a dish before, but I can now say I want to find more dishes to put them in.

Of all the flavours, I’d have to say the lemon and thyme chicken was my favourite, followed closely but the red wine meatballs.

Have you tried any of them yet?

 

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Spice It Up With Speedy Moroccan Chicken


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5 comments on “Spice It Up With Speedy Moroccan Chicken
  1. Daisy@Nevertoosweet - August 13, 2013 at 11:40 pm

    DUHHH I went to Coles today and totally walked past the whole Maggi range but forgot to pick up a few packs….will need to try next week when it’s grocery shopping time again 😀

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  2. Marta @ What Should I eat for breakfast today - August 14, 2013 at 8:27 am

    I think that most meals teast grat with lemon juice or lemon zest. I eat cous cous often, but never with a lemon juice. Need to try it.

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  3. GourmetGetaways - August 14, 2013 at 4:56 pm

    I love chick peas in dishes, they just taste so nutritious! What a quick and delicious looking dish :)

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  4. Paula - August 15, 2013 at 1:05 pm

    I love the lemon thyme chicken one, and am making it again tonight for dinner. I buy two packs for my family of four, and this makes enough for our dinner, plus a serve for my lunch the next day.

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  5. msihua (@msihua) - August 25, 2013 at 4:25 pm

    This actually looks really tasty!

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