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This is a traditional Moroccan lamb tagine simmered in numerous spices. Don’t let the long ingredients list put you off. If you are missing one or two the dish will still turn out fine.

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Recipe for Carrot and Potato Tagine with Peas


This is a classic peasant or “poor man’s” tagine, which can be easily adapted to suit the season or the budget by substituting the peas with beans, chickpeas, or chopped turnip or cabbage. Serve with plain couscous, rice or chunks of crusty bread. Serves 4.


Ingredients


  • 2–3 Tbsp ghee, or 1 tablespoon olive oil plus 1 tablespoon butter
  • 2 onions, halved and sliced with the grain
  • 4 garlic cloves, chopped
  • 25 g/a 1-inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and chopped
  • 1–2 red chillies, deseeded and finely chopped
  • 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • 1 teaspoon coriander seeds
  • 2 teaspoons ground turmeric
  • 8 small potatoes, peeled and left whole
  • 3–4 carrots, peeled and cut into 3–4 chunks
  • 600 ml/2 1⁄2 cups vegetable stock
  • 225 g/1 1⁄2 cups freshly shelled or frozen peas
  • a small bunch of fresh flat leaf parsley, finely chopped
  • a small bunch of fresh mint, finely chopped
  • sea salt and freshly ground black pepper


Preparation


Heat the ghee in the base of a tagine or in a heavy-based saucepan, stir in the onions, garlic, ginger, chillies and the cumin and coriander seeds and sauté for 2–3 minutes. Add the turmeric and the potatoes and carrots. Pour in the stock and bring it to the boil. Put the lid on the tagine, reduce the heat and cook gently for 15–20 minutes, until the potatoes and carrots are tender.


Toss in the peas, add half the parsley and mint, and season with salt and pepper. Add a little extra water, if necessary, put the lid back on and cook gently for 5–6 minutes. Garnish with the rest of the parsley and mint before serving.

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Apricots, ginger, cinnamon, and cumin give this slow cooked chicken and vegetable dinner a savory and sweet Moroccan flavor.

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Mimicking the slow cooking Moroccan tagine, this fast stove top version made with a variety of vegetables and spices, is full of rich flavor and texture. Enjoy this vegetable tagine served on its own as a hearty stew, or with steamed couscous or warm bread

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Moroccan chicken tagine turned out awesome! Served with couscous.

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I wish you could smell this! I could not find Moroccan spice anywhere so I made my own Ras El Hanout seasoning.

I am making a Moroccan Tagine tonight. Will keep you posted.

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Ingredients

2 teaspoons ground ginger

2 teaspoons ground cardamon

2 teaspoons ground mace

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon ground allspice

1 teaspoon ground coriander seeds

1 teaspoon ground nutmeg

1 teaspoon turmeric

½ teaspoon ground black pepper

½ teaspoon ground white pepper

½ teaspoon ground cayenne pepper

½ teaspoon ground anise seeds

I ground my own anise, black pepper, cardamom and coriander in the Bullet.

So aromatic!!!

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Mimicking the slow cooking Moroccan tagine, this fast stove top version made with a variety of vegetables and spices, is full of rich flavor and texture. Enjoy this vegetable tagine served on its own as a hearty stew, or with steamed couscous or warm bread

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Lamb Tagine

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This is a traditional Moroccan lamb tagine simmered in numerous spices. Don’t let the long ingredients list put you off. If you are missing one or two the dish will still turn out fine.

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Mimicking the slow cooking Moroccan tagine, this fast stove top version made with a variety of vegetables and spices, is full of rich flavor and texture. Enjoy this vegetable tagine served on its own as a hearty stew, or with steamed couscous or warm bread

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This is a very silly answer:

I made a Tagine the other day with Cauliflower, and a bunch of other stuff. It was great. When I made it I served it with rice, but I was running low on long grain rice, so I ran out of leftovers of that before I did the tagine.

Desperate for any starch to eat it with, I made french fries and ate a big batch of tagine fries. It was so silly but it made me feel so happy and ridiculous.

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Lamb Tagine

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