For an irresistibly tasty and tender chicken dish, try this Moroccan tagine recipe with sweet caramelised pears.
Thanks for this recipe! The dish was superb. The video helped too. Used much less oil though (5 teaspoons), and it still tasted great. - 17 Feb 2013
As the previous reviewer said this is a very subtle flavoured tangine and is one I will being using again. I also found the indicated cook time too short. I beleive tangines like curries taste better when cooked long and low. I also love my chicken to fall off the bone. Accordingly I cooked the tangine for two and a half hours at 150C. As I used hard conference pears, I also found that the pears needed a quarter of an hour in the tangine. I know of a similar recipe from Morocco but quines are used instead of pears. - 09 Feb 2013 (Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)
I just love this recipe! And amazingly my kids love it too. Very easy, and so aromatic and tasty, especially with the beautiful cinnamon sticks. (don't scrimp; use real sticks - they are lovely). I have to admit, I did not go subtle with the flavours; I doubled all of them, and I used chicken stock instead of water. I made this in a cast iron casserole; it was perfect. Served it with cous-cous cooked with sultanas. - 08 Nov 2013 (Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)