Easy is my middle name when it comes to mid week meals, and when it comes to dinner this easy taco recipe with a Moroccan twist can’t get simpler. No cooking involved and make your family assemble their own tacos!
A delicious easy taco recipe with finely sliced red cabbage coleslaw, mounds of juicy roast chicken, crunchy almonds, fresh mint, green onions and peaches.
You would probably be amused to know that I am just like you. Some nights, I just don’t want to cook dinner. I simply couldn’t be bothered. After a long hard day the thought of spending time in the kitchen, while my family wind down, depresses me.
This is why I am the queen of corner cutting wherever possible regarding weeknight meals. Meals like this easy taco recipe with a Moroccan twist, where dinner will be on the table in no time.
The humble BBQ or roast chicken is one of my time poor corner cutters. I use them a lot, from making healthy salads right through to a plain old chicken and avocado sandwich. Therefore when Red Rooster contacted me to team up for some recipe creation, it was a decision I didn’t even have to think twice about.
Roast chicken is a mainstay on the Red Rooster menu, and for a limited time they are also selling glazed cut roast chickens. You have three glazes to choose from, Garlic & Soy, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Moroccan.
On this occasion I decided to give their Moroccan glazed chicken a try. Though this recipe would work equally as well with the Hickory Smoked BBQ glazed chicken.
An easy taco recipe made from common pantry and fridge staples, with the addition of seasonal peaches. I did make my own coleslaw as I wanted a very fine slaw made from red cabbage and green onions. Of course if you couldn’t be bothered making coleslaw then Red Rooster have you covered. I also grabbed some corn on the cob as corn is a great side dish with tacos.
For me I love the flavour combinations, the crunch of the almonds, the sweetness of fresh peaches. The beauty of this recipe is you can add and subtract ingredients as you wish. You could use mixed lettuce instead of coleslaw or scratch the almonds and use macadamias or cashews.
What would your flavour combination be?
Belly Rumbles would like to acknowledge its partnership Red Rooster for this post. This recipe was created, developed and photographed by Sara McCleary.
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