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Chef Einat Admony Recipes - Moroccan Feast - New York Culinary Experience 2015 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Edward F. Nesta   
Chef Einat Admony and Edward Nesta - photo by Luxury ExperienceChef/Owner Einat Admony of New York restaurants, Balaboosta, Taim, and Bar Bolonat created a Moroccan Feast during the New York Culinary Experience 2015 hosted by New York magazine culinary editor Gillian Duffy and The International Culinary Center, CEO and founder Dorothy Cann Hamilton, with her recipes for Chicken Tagine with Preserved Lemons, Olives, and Cilantro, Matbucha, Tunisian Carrots, and Cous Cous.

 

As Chef/Owner of three New York restaurants, Balaboosta, Taim, and Bar Bolonat, as well as cookbook author, wife, and mother of two, Einat Admony is someone who is constantly in motion. Growing up outside Tel Aviv she brings her heritage to her New York restaurants where she deftly combines elements of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine.

Chef Einat Admony and Edward Nesta - New York Culinary Experience - photo by Luxury Experience
Edward Nesta and Chef Einat Admony

Chef Einat Admony has a strong hold on to her past as she makes all of the cous cous used in her restaurants by hand with a recipe that was handed down from generation to generation. She commented that even many of the restaurants back in her home country of Israel now use boxed cous cous, but she prefers to make her cous cous by hand. In fact, she mixed up a large batch from scratch in just 45 minutes during our class, and it was light, flaky, and tasty. 

Chef Einat Admony - New York Culinary Experience - photo by Luxury Experience
Chef Einat Admony

Chef Einat also makes her own preserved lemons, which are a key ingredient in her recipes and in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. The lemons are blanched three times before being placed in a bottle in alternate layers of lemons and the preserve mixture. The preserve mixture is made with sugar (20%), cinnamon, turmeric, paprika, coriander and a lot of salt (80% of the mixture is salt), and in 3 months time you have your own bottle of preserved lemons. 

Chef Einat Admony - New York Culinary Experience - photo by Luxury Experience
Chef Einat Admony making cous cous

 

Chef Einat Admony - A Moroccan Feast -
New York Culinary Experience 2015 Menu

Chicken Tagine with Preserved Lemons, Olives, and Cilantro
Matbucha
Tunisian Carrots
Cous Cous
Suggested Wine Pairing: Novas Pinot Noir

Chef Einat Admony graciously shares her recipe for Chicken Tagine with Preserved Lemons, Olives, and Cilantro.

Chicken Tagine with Cous Couse and tunisian Carrots Chef Einat Admony - New York Culinary Experience - photo by Luxury Experience

Chicken Tagine with Preserved Lemons, Olives, and Cilantro
Serves 3 - 4

Ingredients:

1
 
Lemon, thinly sliced, including the peel
1
 
Preserved Lemon, cut into 4 wedges
1
Cup
Cilantro, roughly chopped
2
Pounds
Chicken Legs and Thighs
1
Teaspoon
Turmeric
1.5
Teaspoons
Cumin
1
Teaspoon
Paprika
1
Tablespoon
Honey
2
Tablespoons
Olive Oil
0.5
Cup
Kalamata Olives, or any Moroccan Olives
1
Pinch
Chili Flakes
1
 
Spanish Onion, sliced
   
Salt, to taste

Chicken Pieces for Chicken Tagine Chef Einat Admony - New York Culinary Experience - photo by Luxury Experience

Chicken Tagine - Chef Einat Admony - New York Culinary Experience - photo by Luxury Experience
Roll chicken pieces in the spice mixture

Method: Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix together. Roll the chicken pieces in the mixture and make sure it is thoroughly covered, place chicken on a sheet pan or a roasting pan skin side down, pour the remaining mixture around the chicken and cover with aluminum foil, and bake in the oven at 370° F (188° C) for approximately 30 minutes.

Chicken Tagine ready to bake -Chef Einat Admony - New York Culinary Experience - photo by Luxury Experience
Chicken Tagine ready to bake

Remove the foil, turn the chicken so the skin is up and increase the temperature to 400° F (204° C). Cook for an additional 15 minutes, until the skin is crispy.

Baked Chicken Tagine - Chef Einat Admony - New York Culinary Experience - photo by Luxury Experience
Baked Chicken Tagine - grab a knife and fork

Read about the NYCE 2015 in the Gastronomy section and interviews and recipes from the chefs in the Chefs' Recipes section.

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