Moroccan Chicken in the GE Advantium

Advantium Moroccan Chicken

I made this recipe in my GE Profile™ Advantium® oven the other day.  I think it was around 5 pm and I realized I hadn’t planned a thing for dinner. I’d like to say this was not normal, but with five kids, homeschooling 3 of them, carpooling the other 2, gymnastics, baseball, etc…dinner tends to get away from me. So, this day was like most. I knew I was going to make chicken “something”. When 5 pm rolled around, I began to flip through recipes and see what ingredients I had on hand to make a quick meal. Since the Advantium delivered a quick meal for us once before, I decided to give it another go! This time I chose a recipe from the Advantium Cookbook.

When Chris Ann and I were in Kentucky last year for the GE Momsperience weekend, we had the privilege of meeting and cooking with, Chefs Joe and Brian. They lead us through a culinary journey of preparing our own lunch in the GE Monogram Experience Center. The recipe we helped to create was delicious and beautiful!

I figured the recipes in the cookbook would promise to be just a delicious. I landed on the Moroccan Chicken. I had all the ingredients on hand and dinner for 7 cooked in 28 minutes. Not to mention, my family devoured it…all of them, even my 5 year old!

The Advantium and I are beginning to get along. I am beginning to understand the way it thinks and cooks, now I’m going to see if I can get my baking teen and my chef husband, Devon to make friends with it as well.

 

Moroccan Chicken Recipe

from GE Advantium Cookbook

2 – 2 1/2 chicken pieces (I used chicken thighs)

1 1/2 C carrots, sliced 1/2 in. thick

1 C chopped onion

3/4 C chicken broth

1 Tbls. lemon juice

2 tsp grated lemon rind

1 tsp paprika

1/2 tsp ginger

1/2 tsp tumeric

1/2 tsp salt

1/4 tsp cinnamon

cooked rice

In a 2 1/2 qt oval casserole, place chicken pieces; add carrots and onion. Combine broth, lemon juice, lemon rind, paprika, ginger, turmeric, salt and cinnamon; pour over chicken. Cover. Place dish on metal tray. Cook for 28-32 minutes at U=1, L=1, M=9 or until done. (You can also bake in a conventional oven at 350 degrees F for 45 minutes.) Turn chicken over and stir carrots after 12 minutes of cooking. Serve over rice.

As part of our partnership with GE, Kristin received an Advantium Oven.  The experiences and opinions expressed here, are our own.

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