Chicken legs are one of those deeply discounted items I run into on a regular basis and can be great for a family on a limited budget. However, you do need to be adventuresome to combat chicken leg boredom if you are eating them regularly. This recipe is anything but boring. This is one where you look for bread to mop up the plate when the food is gone. It borders on tantalizing.
I serve this dish with Israeli couscous that has been toasted in garlic and then cooked in chicken broth. Include a green salad with a citrus dressing and you have a feast on a budget.
This gem of a recipe comes from the Food Network Favorite Recipes, obviously inspired by North African cuisine. I made a few changes and so will you. Be inspired.
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