for Smoked Paprika Chicken
for Moroccan Couscous with Grilled Peppers
3 onions (chopped coarsely)
2 tsp cumin seeds
2 tsp ground coriander
1 tbs paprika
2 pinches ground clove
1 tsp ground cinnamon
¼ tsp Cayenne pepper
½ tsp ground allspice
½ tbs garlic granules
2 tbs vegetable stock granules
3 tbs Carotino oil
3-4 bell peppers – about 500g (red, orange or yellow)
baking tray for chicken
large frying pan or wok for couscous
long tongs to hold paprika over the fire
aluminum foil to cover tray with chicken
Combine all ingredients for chicken, mix well and leave in a fridge for couple of hours.
Burn pepper skin over gas as much as possible and close them in plastic bag for about 15 minutes.
Then rub the skin off, it should come out easily. Remove insides and chop them.
Preheat oven to 170°C (338°F). Place chicken on the baking tray and bake covered until ready, in the last moment remove foil and bake some more until chicken get crunchy.
In meantime fry onions on oil, add spices and heat them for a while till they become fragrant. Stir in also couscous, garlic and stock granules and heat stirring constantly for a while. Add gradually hot water until couscous become soft but not soggy. When couscous is ready stir in previously grilled and chopped peppers.
Share to the plates, top with chicken.
Serve 5 people.
Serve with “Garlic and Butter Lentils” or some salad on a side.
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