These chicken skewers with Ras el Hanout are the tastiest if you marinate them in advance with a mix of extra virgin olive oil with Ras El Hanout. Ras El Hanout is a very tasty Moroccan spice mix. Ras el Hanout means ‘the best of the shop’. So the mix is not always and everywhere the same, because it depends on what the trader has in his store at that moment. This spice mix not only tastes very good, but also smells delicious.
Ras el Hanout always has a lot of flavor and is therefore ideal for marinating your chicken. Often there is a combination of bell pepper, cumin seeds, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, mace, nutmeg, allspice, cloves, etc. in it.
You can of course make Ras el Hanout yourself, but you can also buy it ready-made from, for example, Jonnie Boer (Euroma).
I make these marinated chicken skewers with Ras el Hanout in a grill pan. But of course you can also put them very well on the BBQ, then they get even more flavor. These chicken skewers with Ras el Hanout are of course warm very tasty, but you can also eat them very cold and therefore take them for lunch.
200 gram Chicken
3 Tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
0.5 tablespoon Ras el Hanout
pair Twigs coriander (to garnish)
calories: 606Kcal | Gross carbohydrates: 2G. | protein: 43G. | Fats: 47G. | Sodium: 233Mg | potassium: 772Mg | fiber: 1G. | Vitamin A: 103Iu | Vitamin B1: 1Mg | Vitamin B2: 1Mg | Vitamin B3: 21Mg | Vitamin B5: 3Mg | Vitamin B6: 2Mg | Vitamin B12: 1μg | vitamin C: 2Mg | vitamin D: 1μg | Vitamin E: 7Mg | Vitamin K: 41μg | calcium: 50Mg | copper: 1Mg | folic acid: 14μg | iron: 2Mg | manganese: 1Mg | magnesium: 59Mg | phosphorus: 424Mg | selenium: 64μg | zinc: 1Mg | Net carbs: 1G. | Macro Fats: 70% | Macro Carbohydrates: 1% | Macro Proteins: 29%