Easy Moroccan Chicken Skewers with Yoghurt Dressing

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Moroccan Chicken Skewers | Nadia Felsch

There’s a fairly strong belief out thereor dare I say myth, which has us believing food that is both good for our health and tastebuds, is simply out of reach.

It surely takes too long and isn’t a productive use of our time.

By the the time you go to this shop and that one, buy 20 ingredients, spend $40 and still have little more than a throw-together meal; it simply isn’t worthwhile.

Allow me to deal with that line of thinking later on in this post….

The fact that you’re even reading this (thanks for the love!) tells me that you do care about your body; how it feels, how it looks and giving your health the best possible shot that it has to support you and your fabulousness.

You’ve also been around the block and visiting a health food store to buy one ingredient (that you’re not even convinced about or sure of how to use) just because it’s in a healthy recipe, simply will not fly with you.

You know what?

I couldn’t agree more.

As someone who figured out how and what to eat for health, in both an enjoyable and time-sensitive manner, I feel pretty qualified to assist you here.

Moroccan Chicken Skewers | Nadia Felsch
Moroccan Chicken spice mix | Nadia Felsch

Moroccan Chicken Skewers | Nadia Felsch

I’ve talked in the past about how meal prep changed my life (truly: it did) and offered you countless ways to re-use and re-purpose recipes to make eating well as simple and as enjoyable as possible.

Because yes, despite our modern-day script, it is possible to eat this way…




I’ve always been a firm believer that eating well is about enjoying the food we eat and nourishing our bodies to support our busy lifestyles and all that we want to do and achieve.

As much or as little as someone has enjoyed being in the kitchen in the past, it needn’t matter and you certainly shouldn’t be required to buy the priciest ingredients and spend hours each day getting everything ready.

Guess what?

You don’t.

This simple mind shift is what’s standing between you and the aim of enjoying the food you eat and knowing that it’s doing you good.

No stress. No wasted efforts. No misery.

This recipe is going to give you all of that and if you’re one or two people (just as I am), I strongly urge you to still make the recipe for 4 and enjoy having yoghurt dressing on hand in the fridge, hummus to smear on everything and deliciously moist chicken for up to 2 days – it’s the absolute bomb in a salad this stuff!

For those of you with my first eBook, you’ll know that this chicken forms the basis of one of the recipes and you can now make it once, eat it twice! 

Moroccan Chicken Skewers | Nadia Felsch
Moroccan Chicken Skewers | Nadia Felsch

Although it may look like there’s a lot of ingredients on the list, you more than likely have a few of them in your fridge and pantry. There’s also a few instances of ingredient repetition within the recipe, in order to minimise how much you need to purchase.

Additionally, these ingredients are easily accessible and what could even be called everyday-items that won’t break the bank. It’s time to get “spiced” and learn to use the incredible flavours provided to us by inexpensive and antioxidant-packed spices; yes there’s an homage to my Hungarian heritage in this recipe.

I’ve included some recipe notes for those who’ve adopted a gluten-free lifestyle and should you be lactose-intolerant, by all means disregard the yoghurt dressing, the chicken is all kinds of delicious as it is.

Get prepared, get excited and get enjoying.

Not tomorrow, not next week or next year though now.

Right now.


Easy Moroccan Chicken Skewers with Yoghurt Dressing
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Cook time
Total time
Recipe type: Dinner
Cuisine: Healthy Eating
yield: 4
  • Chicken
  • 2 medium chicken breasts
  • 2 teaspoons Hungarian paprika
  • 1 teaspoon cumin
  • 2 teaspoons sesame seeds
  • 2 teaspoons olive oil
  • Pinch of rock salt and crack of ground black pepper
  • Bamboo skewers
  • Butter, to cook
  • Yoghurt Dressing
  • ⅔ cup Greek yoghurt, unsweetened
  • 2 teaspoons fresh mint, finely chopped
  • 2 teaspoons fresh coriander, finely chopped
  • ½ teaspoon cumin
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • Hummus
  • 1 cup chickpeas
  • 1 ½ tablespoons unhulled tahini
  • 2 ½ tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 ½ garlic cloves, crushed
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • ½ lemon, juiced
  • ¼ cup water
  • To serve
  • 4 quality pita breads
  • 1 cup rocket
  • 1 cup mixed herbs (mint, coriander, parsley), leaves only
  • Lemon wedges
  1. Chicken
  2. Cut chicken into even bite-sized pieces
  3. Coat with all ingredients in a mixing bowl
  4. Pierce all pieces onto bamboo skewers
  5. Heat griddle or fry pan on medium-high heat
  6. Butter pan
  7. Once heated, add chicken
  8. Every minute or so, turn, cook, set aside & keep warm
  9. Cook in batches until all skewers are cooked
  10. You may need to use more butter for each batch
  11. Hummus
  12. Place all hummus ingredients in a food processor & blitz
  13. If too dry, add a teaspoon or so of water & blitz again
  14. Set aside to use ¼ cup per pita bread
  15. Store remaining amount in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks
  16. Yoghurt Dressing
  17. Combine dressing ingredients until mixed well
  18. Set aside
  19. To serve
  20. Smear hummus on pita bread, top with rocket & herbs
  21. Place skewers atop & spoon yoghurt dressing over the lot
  22. Enjoy
For a gluten-free option, the pita bread can be left out and the chicken served instead with brown rice.
The chicken will store on or off-skewers for up to 2 days in an airtight container in the fridge and tastes great as leftovers in a salad or alone


And of course…

Please share the recipe and post your creations on either Facebook by tagging me or use #nfeats on Instagram so I can see how much you rocked this recipe!

Moroccan Chicken Skewers | Nadia Felsch

5 Responses to "Easy Moroccan Chicken Skewers with Yoghurt Dressing"
  1. Angellel Torres Flores says:

    This recipe will definitely be my lunch on Saturday. I have only one question, what is “rocket” ?.

    Greetings !!!!

    • Nadia says:

      Fabulous to hear Angela – you’ll love it!

      Rocket in Australia is called arugula in other places and you could always leave it out and simply serve with fresh herbs – I hope that helps?

  2. Wow this looks delicious! Thanks for the post – I’ll def be trying this. I bet the skewers would be amazing served with a fresh salad too… yum!

    • Nadia says:

      Thanks so much Dan!

      It’s my absolute pleasure and you’re spot on – these skewers are so delicious, simple AND versatile! Cook once/eat twice (or three times) is my philosophy xx

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