Moroccan-Spiced Chicken & Rice Bake is a tasty variation that combines cumin, paprika, diced tomatoes, raisins and a touch of lemon juice to create some amazing flavors that are commonly found in Morocco and North African cuisine. Your family will truly enjoy this taste experience. The brown rice adds some great whole grain goodness.
Tasy, easy, winner!
by L. Lynn
, S.E. Idaho on Apr. 2013
This was a quick, easy dish, and it was just delicious. The only substitution I made was craisins for raisins, since I am not a raisin fan. I followed the recipe to the letter otherwise, and even my husband, who can be picky about trying new things, loved it.
Moroccan-Spiced Chicken & Rice Bake
by K. KATHY
, South Daytona, FL on Aug. 2009
Great tasting casserole, a different flavor than usual.
by J. Jennifer
, Cedar City, UT on May. 2009
My family loved this dish. We are always trying new dishes and this one made it to the "make again pile" which is saying a lot. Even the raisins didn't taste as weird as it might seem.
Not enough spice
by L. LINDA
, Ashland, OH on May. 2009
Made this for supper and it was good but we enjoy a little more spice in our food. Easy to put together. I thought that it made to much rice for just the two of us.
by K. KIM
, LACHUTE, QC on Apr. 2009
This recipe was easy to make and tasted devine. This will become a family favorite.
by T. TERI
, JACKSONVILLE, FL on Mar. 2009
Good flavor and not difficult at all. I will make again.
cayenne papper what a kick
by S. Sadie
, Bronx, NY on Feb. 2009
Cayenne papper and 2 Chicken broth . GIVES this spice rice a nice kick . enjoy
Moraccan-Spiced Chicken&Rice Bake
by G. Gayle
, Hillman, MI on Jan. 2009
This recipe is very good. My husband and son had thirds! I made a few changes, due to the fact I did not grab the list. I used carrots and broccoli instead, and to give a little more punch added a dash of ginger.
A true winner!
by N. NANCY
, Yorba Linda, CA on Jul. 2008
I wasn't sure about trying dishes using unfamiliar spices. However, this one is a winner! It has everything that I love - milk, raisin, almond to top it off and the end result is delicious! I did use chicken breast instead of thighs. Try it, you and your family will love it!
Moroccan- Spiced Chicken and Rice Bake
by D. Debra
, WINDHAM, NH on Apr. 2008
I confess to using boneless, skinless chicken breasts rather than the thighs. The flavors mixed well, and tasted exotic. My family enjoyed the addition of raisins for an unexpected sweet taste. It was a good meal, which I will make again. I will probably substitute lentils for the rice, next time.
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