Vegetable Tagine

This weekend I stayed with my Grandparents by the seaside and as one of my meals whilst I was there, my Gran made me a Moroccan-style vegetable tagine, which was so lovely I decided to try and replicate it myself! Luckily I got an evening off from work so I could have a nice dinner at home, and this only takes about 15 minutes to prepare and cook so it was really good for those evenings I’m not running around at a restaurant and just want to put my feet up. I made this for me and my Mum, so it serves two, but it’s really easily halved, or just save half of it and freeze it for another day if you’re a student and just cook for yourself every night.

This version was really lovely, and really nicely spiced. I love the taste of sweet dried fruit with spicy vegetables, and this one felt really warming and filling, which was so welcome after a long shift :)

Vegetable Tagine

Ingredients

A little oil or oil spray

One onion

Half a teaspoon each of ground cinnamon, cumin, coriander and chilli flakes

One chopped courgette

200g of chickpeas

One chopped tomato

Two tablespoons of raisins

200ml of vegetable stocks

150g of frozen peas

One chopped red pepper

8 chopped dried apricots

Couscous and flaked almonds to serve

Method

  1. Fry the onions in a little oil or oil spray until golden brown, then stir in the spices.
  2. Add the courgette, tomato, chickpeas, raisins, apricots and stock. Bring to the boil and then simmer for 10 minutes. Stir in the peas and cook for a further 5 minutes, then serve with couscous and flaked almonds.

Serves two

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8 thoughts on “Vegetable Tagine

  1. I love tagines! I really like the combination of spice and sweet, actually. I wanted to get myself a tagine on a trip abroad, but it was just too heavy to lug back with all my baby stuff!

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