Moroccan Chicken

Oh wow it was so cold yesterday, and one of my best friends came to visit…I didnt have much at home to work with except some veggies, left over chicken breasts from the previous night chicken, and found a box of cous cous in the cupboard!! Awesome, easy lunch = done!!

Chicken strips
Roasting veggies
Cous cous

I cut up the chicken breasts from the night before into thin strips. They had been spiced with some curry powder, salt and pepper.
I cooked the cous cous according the box instructions, which was to add 125 ml of hot water to a packet of dry cous cous. Leave to stand then stir with a fork to seperate the granules.
The veggies are what took up the longest to cook…I used butternut, potatoes, red onions, baby marrows and red peppers. Cut them all up, put them in a baking dish. Drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper. Put them in an oven and bake at 200 Degrees Celcius for about 40 mintues. Once dished altogther on a plate, crumble the feta on top of the meal. Feta just makes it even better!

And thats it 🙂 super simple, just takes some time to prepare the veggies, but you can also buy them prepared and just shove them in the oven! Perfect meal for a cold day, along with a glass of red wine to finish it off 🙂 yummmmm

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One Response to Moroccan Chicken

  1. Hi Taz
    Like this one, Try buying pre cut veggies if you are rich and lazy, keep it up, thought the baked cheesecake was delicious – Thanks!
    Love Julia

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