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Moroccan Sweet and Tangy Chicken Thighs With Rice and Dried Fruit Stuffing 

Sister Who Dish always seems to post a new recipe that just makes my mouth water! Here is a chicken recipe with Moroccan Sweet and Tangy Sauce with Rice and Dried Fruit Stuffing that I cannot wait to try. I just know it will make it to the top of my “gotta make it all the time” list! I have always loved the combination of rice and dried fruit with poultry so I just know I’m going to really love this recipe.

Thanks for sharing the chicken love, Sisters Who Dish!

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This is my all time favorite chicken recipe that has it all. It’s like a whole meal tucked into a juicy chicken thigh. 
The filling is mixed with Cinnamon, dried fruits, and pine nuts. The chicken is brushed with a sweet and tangy sauce with herbs, honey, and lemon. The whole dish is baked in the oven, low and slow, until juicy, sweet, savory, tangy, and tender perfection. 

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Now, stop drooling on your keyboard and check out the recipe below!!! 

Moroccan Sweet and Tangy Chicken Thighs With Rice and Dried Fruit Stuffing 

Materials 

-4 lbs of chicken leg quarters, with skin on (8 chicken leg quarters)  IMG_0024

For stuffing:

-1 tablespoon olive oil

-2 and 3/4 cups cooked basmati rice (cook about 1.5 cups of rice)

-4 dry figs, diced

-4 medjool dates, diced

-1/3 cup raisins

-3 prunes, diced

-1/4 cup pine nuts

-1 teaspoon cinnamon

Note: Feel free…

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Recipe Round-up – Great Tasting Leftover Holiday ‪Ham‬ ‪Recipes

Welcome back, everyone.  I hope you had a joyous and blessed Easter with a chance to reconnect with friends and family. Holidays truly bring out the warmth and love in people with an open generosity of spirit.  And for us Foodies, we have the added benefit of being able to load up our holiday tables with our favorite recipes!

I am the one who usually does most of the meal preparation during holidays, but this year I fell ill with a bad cold.  The kind that went right to my chest. Yuk!  Needless to say, I wasn’t up to spending hours in the kitchen, to say nothing of spreading a bunch of germs.  Thankfully, my dear sweet daughter came to my rescue and pulled together a delightful and tasty meal.

Not being one to enjoy being idle, or sick for that matter, I decided to take the time and scour the world wide web looking for some great leftover recipe ideas for using up our holiday ham.  For those of you who also made ham, I think you will be inspired by the recipes I am sharing with you below.  I know they certainly gave me a ton of ideas and I can’t wait to give them a taste.

Here are some of my favorites:

Southern Living's Ham and Vegetable Cobbler
Southern Living

 

Ham and Vegetable ‪Cobbler – Southern Living

 

 

Glazed Ham Sliders with Pineapple and Brie on Hawaiian Rolls
Wildflours Kitchen

 

Glazed Ham  Sliders w/Pineapple & Brie on Hawaiian Rolls – Wildflours Cottage Kitchen

 

 

 

 

All of these recipes look and sound so delicious.  I hope you enjoy making them as much as I have posting them for you.  I would love to hear which recipe(s) you chose to make and how well they turned out for you.

Until next time, may your hearth and home be filled with warmth and love.