Apricot Chicken with Indian Spices
Hello, there! We’ve just returned from one of the best trips ever! We spent the week in New York City, and I cannot wait to start posting regularly on the blog again. It’s been a long time since I’ve been this excited to share one of my favorite recipes with you. You and your family will love Apricot Chicken with Indian spices.
Initially, it took me a long time to commit to making this dish. I had assumed trying to tackle my first Indian dish would be a challenge. Well I was naïve. I gave myself some extra time, fooled around with some different flavors, and the rest is culinary history. I regularly make it for dinner by request!
Tonight’s Menu: Indian Spiced Apricot Chicken
Ready to try something new? The aromatic smells will make you grateful you stumbled upon this page. Too bad these photos aren’t Scratch-N-Sniff! Fresh herbs, garlic, cilantro, plum tomatoes, dried apricots are wonderful. Now season with spices like cumin, nutmeg, ginger, and coriander, to heighten these traditional Indian flavors. The best part? I marvel at how unbelievably low-maintenance this delicious meal is.
Low-fuss Indian Spiced Apricot Chicken in these easy steps:
After cleaning the poultry, slice the chicken breasts into strips, or even smaller into bite-sized cubes. Sauté the chicken in a bit of EVOO. Evenly cooked and browned on all sides, add the remaining ingredients and spices. Place half of the dried apricots to the side and use as garnishes for the finished dish. Toss remaining spices allowing the chicken pieces absorb the flavors.
This recipe is a weekend lifesaver! Prepped, cooked, and cleaned up in under 20 minutes and your fam will be begging for seconds.
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