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Top Rated Tagine Recipes

From the blog: http://chatteringkitchen.com  Tagine: a dish which put Moroccan cuisine on the world culinary map. Quite literally, tagine is the name given to a deep earthenware pot with a large conical cover, similar to a top-hat. The essence of Moroccan cuisine is to let the meat slowly stew inside the tagine, infusing all the flavors while preventing them from escaping. For an authentic North African dinner, you can even serve in the tagine, once the meat is cooked. Defined by the process of slow simmering, Moroccan cuisine is full of spices, albeit not hot. In short, the flavors of the food is brought forth by the use of paprika powder, cayenne pepper, coriander powder and cumin powder. As soon as you lift the lid of the tagine, or your saucepan, the air will instantly be scented with the fragrance of the cooked spices.   No Moroccan meal can be complete without the inclusion of couscous. What steamed rice is to Thai food, couscous is to Moroccan cuisine. Just like its style of cooking, Moroccan cuisine has soaked in influences from Arab, Mediterranean, Moorish and Berber cooking and slowly simmered its way to creating its own identity. Credit for this authentic recipe goes to my sister, I had borrowed it from her years ago for my mother’s birthday dinner once. Today, 5 years on, I decided to give it another go.
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Baked Pumpkin Tagine Chicken Wings
Make your game-day chicken wings even more seasonable by coating them in a spiced pumpkin sauce.This recipe is courtesy of Urban Accents.
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Chicken Tagine
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Apricot Chicken Tagine with Ginger & Mint is an exotic, warmly spiced stew that is easy to prepare, family-friendly and oh so delicious!
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This chicken tagine recipe is enlivened with cinnamon and other warming spices. Click here to see 6 Updated Recipes for Rosh Hashanah
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Meat options for this dish, beef Blade, beef Short ribs, veal or lamb shank, oxtail are all great alternatives.
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chicken thigh
"This delicious chicken recipe draws a ton of influence from classic Moroccan tagine stews. The tagine preparation yields a bright dish bursting with North African flavors. A powerful combination of spices and plenty of lemon makes this chicken extremely succulent and craveable. If the exotic name scares you, don’t worry, this recipe couldn’t be easier. I typically serve each thigh over a bed of jasmine rice." — PICNIC LA Executive Chef, Alex Resnick
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Lamb Tagine with Oranges, Saffron, and Candied Orange Peel
In the middle of the 20th century, La Maison Arabe was the most famous restaurant on the African continent. A French woman and her daughter opened it in 1946, after the pasha Thami el Glaoui granted them the right for the first restaurant in the medina open to foreigners and provided one of his chefs. Frequented by Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, Queen Ingrid of Denmark, and Jackie Kennedy, La Maison Arabe remained a legendary, essential dining spot until the mesdames shuttered it in 1983. Fabrizio Ruspoli, an Italian-French aristocrat who spent much time during his childhood in Tanger, purchased the property in 1995 and converted it into Marrakech's first boutique hotel. Over the years, the food has regained its prominent place, and the kitchen is once again the finest in the city. This sophisticated tagine from the La Maison Arabe kitchen, using the trademark mixing of sweet and savory, and drawing on the citrus groves around Marrakech, is guaranteed to impress. Sublime. See all lamb recipes. Click here to see A Regional Approach to Moroccan Cooking.
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Tagine
The summer after she graduated, Phoebe and her mother traveled around Morocco together. She invented this sweet and savory chicken stew shortly after she got back, and it was her contribution to the second cook-off with Keith, captured on the blog in January 2009. Since then, she has revised this tagine to include sweet potatoes, which means you don’t need another carb to make it a complete meal. Still, couscous and quinoa are great (if you don’t mind another pot), but a loaf crusty bread to soak up the juices works even better. Click here to see The Ultimate 1-Pot Meal Roundup.
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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Um Safia
This is a typical Moroccan tagine recipe to be cooked in a traditional tagine. Cooking times may vary slightly depending on the size of the tagine used and where you use the Tagine - on the stove top, open fire, grill etc. Serve this tagine with fresh baked bread or cous cous.
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Um Safia
This is an Algerian tagine dish which should be cooked in a traditional Tagine. It has very subtle flavours and is quite different to the Moroccan tagines. The cooking time given is only an approximate as you may need a little less or a little more cooking depending on the size of the tagine used and where it is used - on the stove top, open fire, grill etc. Serve with Mashed potatoes or fresh baked bread.
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anon-jeg6gow8yyth@base.google.com (Belgian-Recipes.be)
Fast and Easy tagine recipe
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