This vegan tagine has a lot of Moroccan spices, and colorful veggies. This flavorful stew can be served with couscous and pita for a delicious and comforting meal.
In the winter, I make a lot of vegetable stews. We enjoy a warm bowl of portobello stew, or a smoky chicken stew on a chilly night. This year, Moroccan tagine is a new addition to the menu. Tagine makes a perfect winter meal, thanks to its comforting and hearty nature, as well as the delicious spices it contains.
Tagine is the name of a Moroccan stew. It is cooked in an earthenware vessel called…you guessed, a tagine.
You don’t actually need a tagine for this stew. But if you do, please use it. This stew cooks just as well when cooked in a large Dutch-oven or skillet. You only need to be able cover the pot, either with a lid or foil.
Many traditional tagines contain meat. Today I share a recipe for vegan tagine, which features a variety of vegetables, chickpeas and dried apricots.