A drizzle of pomegranate molasses adds tangy-sweet flavor to garlicky pan-fried chicken.
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You can find many Middle Eastern ingredients, such as Aleppo pepper, the spice mix za’atar, and pomegranate molasses, at the supermarket. If not, head to your nearest Middle Eastern market.
This was super easy and very delicious. Like another reviewer, I used regular molasses with great results. I followed the recipe to a "t" otherwise. I will definitely make this again. Even my children, who normally don't eat items full of "flavor", enjoyed this chicken.
Wow, this was spectacular!! It was a quick meal that was overflowing with flavor and very affordable. I will be using this for other proteins.Substitutes:Arrow Root for the cornstarch as a thickenerRegular molasses for the pomegranate molassesSliced Almonds for the walnutsI found the Zaatar spice and Aleppo pepper in the bulk section of Central Market.
This recipe was delicious! The sweetness of the molasses really complemented the Mediterranean flair of the za'atar and Aleppo, and the added crunch of the toasted walnuts put it over the top. I will definitely make this again.
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