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Moroccan Chicken Kebabs

March/April 1994, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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These North African-inspired kebabs are marinated for just 20 minutes in a vibrant blend of yogurt and spices. Served on a bed of couscous, they make a bright, exciting supper.



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"I was skeptical of a yogurt chicken marinade, but I was so wrong to doubt! This is one of the tastiest things off the grill ever! We had it over cous cous that had been squirted with lemon juice and olive oil. Very satisfying and light,...
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5 Reviews for Moroccan Chicken Kebabs

11/16/2013
Anonymous
EXCELLENT DISH

I am not a cook, this dish is great! You don't have to hassle with the kabobs...I marinate chicken breasts in the sauce briefly, bake, and serve over basmati rice. I love this recipe so much, that I always make the sauce X8, so that I have extra to eat over rice, for days. LOVE IT!

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11/16/2013
Anonymous
EXCELLENT DISH

I am not a cook, this dish is great! You don't have to hassle with the kabobs...I marinate chicken breasts in the sauce briefly, bake, and serve over basmati rice. I love this recipe so much, that I always make the sauce X8, so that I have extra to eat over rice, for days. LOVE IT!

delicious
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07/18/2011
Absolutely Delicious!!

This turned out wonderfully. The chicken was so tasty and moist. I did brush the vegetables with olive oil and Mrs. Dash and added some onion pieces. Served with Herbed Chicken Coucous. Next time I will add some tomatoes to the skewers.

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07/29/2010
Anonymous

I was skeptical of a yogurt chicken marinade, but I was so wrong to doubt! This is one of the tastiest things off the grill ever! We had it over cous cous that had been squirted with lemon juice and olive oil. Very satisfying and light, and super full of flavor - delish!

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01/01/2010
Anonymous

Amazing meal and satisfies even the pickiest of eaters in our house!!! We serve it with toasted naan bread.

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