Moroccan Spiced Chicken with Couscous & Roasted Kale.
As you’ll know from my recipes page, I’m a big fan of healthy recipes, meal prep and batch cooking. I want to enjoy the time I spend in my kitchen cooking and experimenting with new flavours – not sticking my head in the cupboards for 20 minutes trying to think of something to rustle up!
Cooking doesn’t have to be a chore and this simple yet delicious Moroccan chicken is easy enough for a midweek dinner, but flavourful enough for a fabulous dinner party.
Bring the fragrant smells of Morocco into your kitchen this week by giving this super healthy, cheap and satisfying recipe a go!
- 600g Chicken breasts (Muscle food)
- 1 Red onion – sliced
- 2 Garlic cloves
- 2 Red peppers – cubed
- 1 Tin plum tomatoes
- 200g Couscous (dried weight)
- 1 Low salt chicken stock cube
- 20g Raisins
- Small handful of spring onions
- 200g Curly kale
- 1 tbsp each of cumin, coriander and cinnamon (ginger optional)
- 4-5 sprays of low-cal spray (we use fry light)
- Salt and pepper to taste/ season
Macros per serving.
437 kcal/ 44g P/ 54g C/ 4g F
- Heat a large frying pan on a low-to-medium heat, cover with low cal spray.
- Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees.
- Slice the red onion and add to the pan with the minced garlic.
- Slowly fry until soft.
- Add the chicken, and cook until brown.
- Increase the heat, and add in the peppers.
- Once the peppers have softened, and the chicken is fully cooked, stir in spices and add the plum tomatoes.
- Reduce the heat slightly and simmer for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- In a large saucepan, add the dried couscous, crumbled stock cube, salt and pepper.
- Cover the couscous with boiling water and stir until all the water has been absorbed.
- Spray a baking tray with low cal spray, and season the kale.
- Place into your hot oven, and allow the kale to go crispy and slightly brown. This only takes minutes!
- Once your couscous is cooked, stir in the raisins and sliced spring onions.
- Serve with your roasted kale, adding any extra seasoning if necessary.
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