Moroccan Chicken Merguez with Apricots & Couscous Pilaf

  • UNDER 30 MINUTES
  • MEAT
  • POULTRY

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Get your virtual passport ready as we transport you to Marrakech with this meal. The thrill ride begins with chicken merguez (a sausage typically made with lamb) that gets its signature piquant flavor from sweet peppers and the North African chile paste called harissa. We simmer the merguez in a tagine bath of vegetables and dried apricots, then bring it in for a landing on a bed of couscous.

Shared with you by: Grace Parisi

Dinner is about more than feeding my family. It’s a time to decompress and open up and if i’m really lucky, it becomes a catalyst for communication and discovery.

via Moroccan Chicken Merguez with Apricots & Couscous Pilaf | Marley Spoon



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