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Chicken with Garlic Sauce Marinated in Yogurt

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Talk about a moist delicious, delightful chicken dish.

Your plate will be full of roasted carrots, couscous, and very moist chicken that was marinated in yogurt.

The Garlic Chicken marinated in yogurt is very easy to create you simply marinate the chicken in yogurt, olive oil, lemon juice, and spices while you prepare the couscous and roasted carrots.

Once your amazing meal is on your plate, drizzle with the garlic sauce for the final flavor touch.

 

 

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Servings: 2

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Marinate the Chicken

    Combine the chili powder, black pepper, cumin, garlic, and turmeric powder with 1/2 of the yogurt 1 tablespoon olive oil, salt and a squeeze of lemon juice. 

    Rub all over the dry chicken breasts, turn over to coat, and set aside to marinate.

  2. Roast Carrots

    Preheat your oven to 425.

    Wash and diagonally cut your carrots, place on a cookie sheet, drizzle with olive oil and a pinch of red pepper flakes.

    Roast for 25 minutes.

  3. Make Sauce

    While the carrots roast, in a small bowl combine the other 1/2 of the yogurt, sour cream and garlic to taste. 

    Stir in water until mixture is thin.

  4. Cook the Chicken

    Remove chicken from marinade, let excess drip off.

    Cook in a medium hot skillet with olive oil 8-10 minutes

    When cooked transfer to cutting board to cool prior to slicing crosswise.

  5. Cook Couscous

    Add 1 Tablespoon butter to a small pot with cover, on medium heat add couscous and cook, stirring until toasted about 30 seconds.

    Stir in the stock liquid and 3/4 C water bring to a boil and cover, reduce heat to low.

    Cook 6-8 minutes

  6. Plate and serve

    Drizzle sauce onto sliced chicken.

    Serve sliced chicken on a plate with the couscous and carrots.

    Garnish with Cilantro , add red pepper flakes to taste.

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