A drizzle of pomegranate molasses adds tangy-sweet flavor to garlicky pan-fried chicken.
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.
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I didnt have red pepper flakes, so I substitued a tiny bit of Sumac, paprika, and ground red pepper for the Allepo pepper. It worked. The chicken was good!
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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