Chutney is a sauce commonly used in the cuisines of the Indian subcontinent. Chutneys vary in flavor and ingredients but are usually on the sweet side with a kick. Here is my version in this one-pot wonder.
I love Moroccan cuisine! I love how they incorporate cinnamon into a savory meal! If you don’t have all of these spices at home, I encourage you to invest in them and then anytime you see paprika in a recipe, add a little sumac too.
Tagine dishes are slow-cooked savory stews, typically made with sliced meat, poultry or fish together with vegetables or fruit. Spices, nuts, and dried fruits are also used. Common spices include ginger, cumin, turmeric, cinnamon, and saffron.
You don’t have to remove the basil from its stems fully for this, you just throw it in and it tastes amazing! You can really use any kind of chicken for this recipe. If you don’t have shallots you can use a purple onion, it will be almost as good!
Miso is the elegant Japanese term for fermented soybean paste. When mixed with sweet and spices and cooked it creates a unique but gentle flavor. It lasts up to a year in the fridge, so if you buy it once, place it in a jar or container and pull it out when needed. You can make this recipe without the paste and it will still be bold and colorful and delicious! You can make this dish with any cut of chicken (or tofu!), just cook longer or shorter depending on the cut and remember on the bone is always juicier!