Warming and delicious tagine recipes for your next Moroccan supper. Tagines are often just as easy to make as your favourite stew, and we have loads of foolproof lamb tagines, chicken tagines and more.
Even meat-eaters will love this flavour-packed vegetable stew. The slightly tart taste of dried cherries combines with sweet, plump raisins in a spicy mixture of chunky vegetables, chickpeas and ginger. Despite the long list of ingredients, the stew is simple to prepare for a hearty family meal.
An aromatic North African-style casserole, richly flavoured with dried fruits and warmly spiced with ginger and cinnamon. The sweetness of the honey tempers the fiery harissa, and chickpeas add a high fibre carbohydrate to the dish.
I tasted this chicken tagine in a Moroccan restaurant a few years ago. I liked it so much that I tried to recreate it myself! I found that this version is even better! This tagine is really easy to do, and guests will love it.
Moroccan cuisine is delicious and not at all difficult to prepare, and this recipe is no exception. This is a fabulous Moroccan recipe for anything from a dinner party to a midweek supper treat. Serve with couscous.
This tagine is really easy to do. It is a perfect tagine for beginners! If you do not have a tagine, you can prepare it in a casserole like I do. It will still be delicious. I always taste the tagine and season with salt at the end as the preserved lemons and olives are already well salted.
Lamb meatballs in a tomato sauce with baked eggs. It sounds weird, tastes great. Kids and grown-ups love it. You can make it hotter by adding fresh chilli if you want.
A deliciously easy slow cooker meal. The fresh peaches and dried apricots add a fruity element and the slivered almonds are a lovely finishing touch. Serve with couscous or rice.
This tagine recipe is done in no time thanks to the pressure cooker, perhaps one of the most under-utilised kitchen tools! Serve this lamb tagine with couscous or bulgur for a fantastic Moroccan feast.
One of several jewels in the crown of Moroccan cuisine. This delightful tagine is really easy to make and tastes fabulous. Everything is cooked together in a casserole dish with a wonderful thick sauce emerging.
Slow cooking till the beef is nearly falling apart is the secret to this melt-in-the-mouth tagine. Prunes add some sweetness and with the addition of butternut squash and chickpeas, it's truly an all-in-one meal!