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Home Cook: Tagine is a slow-cooked treat

Tagines are traditional North African dishes and are usually quite simple to make, but produce delicious results.

13th April, 2014
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Beef and olive tagine. Picture: Lilly Higgins

Tagines are traditional North African dishes and are usually quite simple to make, but produce delicious results. A typical tagine recipe usually consists of lamb, beef, chicken or fish flavoured with onions, herbs and spices, and contains vegetables, dried fruits such as dates or apricots, olives and chickpeas.

The mixture of sweet and sour with fruit and vegetables is the distinctive taste of this Moroccan dish. It's usually served with couscous so that it can...

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