Don’t let the simplicity of this dish fool you!
It has some really deep earthy flavours and is delicious. You, your family and guests will love this, and if you are familiar with the Palestinian dish Maftool, then this will take you right there! Because what I have done is: inspired by the traditional Palestinian Maftool Recipe (which you can find in my book Plated Heirlooms), I have fused the flavours of both Palestinian Maftool & Moroccan Chicken Tagine together to create this twist on the two classics. I Really recommend you try it, every one who did really loved it 😉
I have adapted this recipe for Nestle (as I usually also develop recipes for clients). The video below shows that recipe, and I have included it here to show you how it’s made. Please do note though that – while work is work – I personally always cook with homemade chicken broth (my recipe on this link), and do not recommend you use processed alternatives. As you all know I am all about eating organic foods, natural homemade ingredients and keeping away from processed foods. However, the choice is totally yours, as am sure you are aware of all the health risks of consuming processed foods…etc.