Chicken Tagine with Sweet Potatoes
Although lamb is the most common meat tagine, there are numerous versions made with chicken. You can just as easily substitute dates or pitted prunes for the sweet potatoes used here.Plus: More Chicken Recipes and Tips
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The tagine can be prepared through Step 2 and refrigerated for up to 3 days. Bring to room temperature before reheating gently.
The lush texture, warm spices and acidic tomatoes call for a smooth, powerfully flavored, fruity white, such as a Viognier or a spicy, fruity Moroccan red.