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Moroccan Sticky Chicken Recipe

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1 lb chicken drumsticks
1 tsp paprika
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp ground cumin
tsp ground ginger
tsp ground cinnamon
tsp ground coriander
tsp packed saffron threads
1 tsp sea salt
tsp black pepper
c bone broth or stock of choice
c honey
2 tsp blackstrap molasses
1 medium lemon, zest & juice

Pat the chicken dry.

1. Make the spice rub by combining the paprika, garlic, cumin, gi8nger, cinnamon, coriander and saffron, sea salt and pepper.
2. Coat the chicken on all sides with the blend
3. Set the IP to "Saute" and add oil, ghee or lard.
4. Brown the drumsticks on all sides.
5. Add the broth to the pot.
6. Press Cancel. Close pot and valve then set to "Manual" for 10 minutes
7. When the time has finished, turn off the pot and open valve to release the steam
8. Remove the chicken from the pot.
9. Set pot to "saute" again & whisk together the honey, molasses, lemon juice and zest.
10. Reduce the liquid to a thick sauce (5-10 minutes). Coat the chicken with the sauce.

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