Mexican Touch Chicken Breast Broccoli Tagine & Royal Blend Tea with Lebkuchen
This is a low carb version of tomato tagine with a Mexican touch of adding taco seasoning blend and ground chipotle, crossing between Algerian and Moroccan style. Absolutely warming and hearty, great for winter. You could choose beef/lamb over chicken for way savory taste. It will turn out nicely.
You could take a way traditional approach for North African tomato stew by using chickpeas. Both sweet potatoes and potatoes would be a likely idea for earthy goodness.
As for carb options, not only fine couscous and but also acini di pepe pasta will be great as a condiment. Also, using a beaten egg for a thickener would be a good idea. In that case, you could just match buttery pastry/pancakes with your gooey stew.
Speaking of which, I mean, adding acini di pepe to a tomato based and saucy dish and using eggs to make the dish gooey, have you ever tried Chourba M’katfa? It’s quite a hearty and catchy soup/stew/stewoup. If you’re looking for a warm you up recipe for these cold days, I highly recommend giving it a shot. As basically pretty much versatile, not that difficult to make your own favorite. One thing, If you have an option for courgette, you could put them into your soup. Overall, It will come out nicely.
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Royal Blend tea with Lebkuchen. The tea is a truly classic piece of English tea rep list. It’s safe to say time tested blend. You already could figure out the reason of reaching the age of more than 100 years.
Lebkuchen is one of presents from my little sister 👯♀️ Dusted Gingerbread flavor and dark chocolate coated gingerbread flavor from 4 flavors variety pack.
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In a nutshell, it was quite a great combination. Lebkuchen was a nice accompaniment for Royal Blend tea, outstanding in itself though.
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