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.
A favorite in my family. I find it's not necessary to cook the thighs as much as called for; I substitute toasted almond slices for the walnuts because my other has an aversion to walnuts... but we love this!
We loved this! I had the pomegranate
molasses which I had made and mixed the za'atar my self.
Making it again tonight.
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