I tried it without pouring the sauce over too. It’s good both ways.
And, with sauce or without, it’s really good with plain yoghurt stirred in!
It’s delicious in a wrap with lettuce and tomatoes. It would be great in pita bread too.
Or try serving it with plain rice or with a nice salad.
So many possibilities, let me know how YOU eat it over on my Feisty Tapas Facebook page or group, Instagram or Twitter
Can't find the Baharat spice mix?
Make your own with this method
Have chicken breasts instead of Chicken Thigh Fillets?
Slice or dice the chicken breasts and cook 3 minutes with NPR instead.
Quick pressure release (QPR, also called quick release or QR) means venting the steam as soon as the pressure cooking process finishes, i.e. moving the steam release handle from Sealing to Venting.
Natural pressure release (NPR, also called natural release or NR) means letting the float valve pop back down of its own accord, so basically you don’t need to do anything at the end and can keep your feet up. If it takes over 15 minutes, you're ok to release the rest of the steam (by turning the steam release handle to Venting) that may be left in order to unlock and open the lid.
Sometimes you'll see me talk of a combination of NPR followed by a QPR. For example a recipe may have a 4 minute NPR followed by a QPR. You wait for 4 minutes at the end of the pressure cooking time and then do a QPR by moving the steam release handle from Sealing to Venting.