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This was so tasty a lovely dinner for winter, I added spinach to, will be making this again for sure!
This soup was very good but not very filling that is why only 4 stars instead of five. I ended adding a scoop of couscous to each bowl and that definitely helped. I will likely make this again.
This is not really middle eastern and pretty drab. Having read other comments, l put more cumin and paprika, added some cloves and a little cayenne as well as a teaspoon of sugar to reduce acidity and give it some flavor. Also, I used only the tomatoes and not the juice from the can. It worked out because if you double this recipe, the ingredients don't all fit in a cast iron pan. It wasn't bad but I won't be making again.
My family and I love this dish! Made it a few times and will again. I use the no sodium added tomatoes as directed, but will add half a can of fire roasted tomatoes for a tad more flavor. I'll sometimes add spinach, too. Love the flavors of this dish!
Made as recipe states several times. My family loves this dish.
Loved it . Easy to make . I added spinach and made brown rice . Will definitely make it again .
Exceptionally easy to make and great flavor. We served it with bulgar but you could have it alone as a stew or serve it with many different sides if you wanted, quinoa, rice, cous cous.
I made this tonight and it was delicious. I added spinach and used chunky crushed tomatoes with basil and oregano. I cooked it for longer than recipe called for and the flavors melded together nicely. I made white rice as a side and even my husband ate it! Will make this again!
This was awful!
This is one of my go to dishes. I serve it over brown rice. It is easy satisfying and great for lunch or dinner.
I love this recipe!! The lemon is a little too acidic for me so i squeezed a fresh orange and it came out perfect. This is a go to for lunch prep.
Flavorless when made as directed, tastes like canned tomatoes. Way too acidic. I would say at LEAST triple the spices and cook it down longer so the flavors meld together. We served it and then decided not to eat it bc it tasted to bland.
Super simple and tasty, the only concern was a bit too "lemony" so for the next time to note
Very good. I made it per the recipe, served over rice and was quite happy with it.
This was awful, I measured and made it exactly to the recipe and it was bland and tasteless.... might as well have just been chicken and tinned tomatos. Good idea but needs way more seasoning and spice.
This is one of my family's favorites. It is hearty, flavorful and delicious. And so easy! I have also used ground chicken and that works too. When served as a main dish, the recipe really only makes three servings. And, like the reviewer above, we also call it Moroccan Stew. enjoy!
Made exactly per recipe. It was amazing! Served with a side salad. Would be excellent over brown rice pilaf.
My new fav....Delish and oh so healthy...I would have named it Morrocan stew though.. I served with a yam...the balance was incredible.
I used boneless chicken thighs and cooked a little longer. Yummy! Served it with quinoa and broccoli.
Disappointing, but was able to remedy It's a good base, but I would use boneless, chicken thighs for a more tender chicken. I would also use cilantro instead of parsley. Followed the recipe exactly, but was disappointed with outcome, so found a similar recipe in my Moroccan cookbook and added grated ginger, cinnamon, chicken stock, cayenne and a little Earth Balance avocado spread at the end for mouth feel. It may better leftover after the flavors meld, but at the end of cooking time the chicken was tough and the sauce a little flat. Pros: Fast - great for pantry staples. Cons: Chicken is tough, sauce is flat, needs work
Delicious!Will definitely make this again. I followed this recipe to the T except for the parsley and it was a hit at my house. Served it with couscous and green beans but it would be fine as a main on it's own too. Fantastic flavor. Pros: Easy prep, short cook timeCons: None!
Delicious! Will definitely make this again. I followed this recipe to the T except for the parsley and it was a hit at my house. Served it with couscous and green beans but it would be fine as a main on it's own too. Fantastic flavor. Pros: Easy prep, short cook time Cons: None!
Delicious stew!! Be sure to have something to soak up the yummy sauce! Pros: Quick and easy, and low calorie! Perfect;very flavorful! Cons: I wish there was more sauce;I'll increase it next time.