Apricot lamb tagine.  Despite the strong flavours in the sauce the taste of the lamb still came through and it really works well in this dish. Of course I served the lamb tagine on a bed of light and fluffy whole wheat couscous and I garnished it with some chopped cilantro and pistachios.

Apricot Lamb Tagine

Apricot lamb tagine served on a bed of light and fluffy whole wheat couscous and garnished with some chopped cilantro and pistachios

Like many dishes that rely on combinations of spices, a tagine, which is a slowly braised stew, may look more intimidating to cook than it is Even with shortcuts, the results are exotic in flavor and appearance My version of this tagine may not compare to those that begin with toasting and grinding spices and peeling grapes, but it is easily executed and, I think, divine

Chicken and Chickpea Tagine

Like many dishes that rely on combinations of spices, a tagine, which is a slowly braised stew, may look more intimidating to cook than it is. Even with shortcuts, the results are exotic in flavor and appearance. (Photo: Craig Lee for The New York Times)

Moroccan Recipes: Moroccan Recipes | Meatball Tagine With Lemon.

Meatball tagine with lemon & olives is one of the most popular moroccan recipe.It is an easy authentic moroccan recipe.

NYT Cooking: This rich and fragrant chicken stew is laden with complex flavors and spices reminiscent of the sort you might encounter in a mountainside cafe in Morocco. Save yourself the cost of a plane ticket, however, and make this at home. First, rub the chicken with a redolent combination of garlic, saffron, ground ginger, paprika, cumin, turmeric and black pepper, then pop it in...

Chicken Tagine With Olives And Preserved Lemons

NYT Cooking: A rich and fragrant chicken stew, laden with the complex flavors and spices of Morocco.

This Moroccan Style Roast Chicken and Potatoes is slowly cooked in a tagine and filled with intense Moroccan flavor. 5 minute prep time is all you need for this delicious roast chicken with a twist!

Moroccan Style Roast Chicken and Potatoes

This Moroccan Style Roast Chicken and Potatoes is slowly cooked in a tagine and filled with intense Moroccan flavor. 5 minute prep time is all you need for this delicious roast chicken with a twist!

Moroccan Fish Tagine with Ginger & Saffron. Gorgeous dish. Savory and delicious. Used cod. Layered baby carrots and butternut squash at the bottom. Used canned chopped tomatoes. Omitted preserved lemons but would like to try it. Keeper. 3/27/16

Moroccan Fish Tagine with Ginger & Saffron looks like a work of art, with its deep rich red sauce and vibrant lemons. (When tomatoes are out of season, good canned tomatoes will work fine here.

Donal Skehan's straightforward chicken tagine recipe is bursting with spices and fruity flavour – the aromas released as it cooks will have you and the people you're cooking for salivating.

Ultimate chicken tagine

Donal Skehan's straightforward chicken tagine recipe is bursting with spices and fruity flavour – the aromas released as it cooks will have you and the people you're cooking for salivating.

Chicken + Apricot + Ginger + Rosemary Tagine  1 kg chicken thigh fillet (8 pieces), sliced  3 tbs olive oil  1 large onion, diced  1 long sprig rosemary – 1/3rd finely chopped, the remainder cut in half  40 g fresh ginger, minced  2 red chillies, finely chopped (and de-seeded for the sensitive)  2 cinnamon sticks OR 1 tsp freshly ground ginger  2 tsp ground corriander seeds  3 tbs honey  200 g dried apricots, cut in halves  1 x 400 g can cherry tomatoes  Salt

Chicken + Apricot + Ginger + Rosemary Tagine Recipe *omit couscous for a more Paleo friendly version*

Butternut Squash, Sweet Potato, and Chickpea Tagine - #vegetarian - wow this sounds amazing!

Butternut Squash, Sweet Potato, and Chickpea Tagine with Couscous

As Sukkot (and my vacation) draws to a close (ok, there's a few more days left) I'd like to leave you with a recipe I developed for a meat-free Sukkot menu for the Jew and the Carrot. Sukkot is one.

Chicken Tagine ~ Moroccan-style main dish, serve with couscous | recipe from the book 'Mary Berry Cooks the Perfect' | via the Daily Mail

Mary's perfect...Chicken tagine

Since this special dish tastes even better when cooked a day ahead and reheated, it’s very handy to make when entertaining. Carry on the Moroccan theme and serve with couscous.

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