Excellent! I was out of carrots, so I used more potatoes. Also, I added a lot of spice - turmeric, garam masala, and cumin. I cooked this in a clay Apple Baker and it was fantastic. Thanks for the great recipe!
Hi, thank you so much for this recipe. Just back from Morocco where I bought a tagine and tried this recipe for the first time. It was so easy to follow and my husband is well impressed. Thank you very much :)
This was my first Tagine use recipe. This was so impressive to my family that it has been requested on several occasions. I have since made a Tagine once a week since making this dish.
being a first time tagine user it was so easy to follow this recipe & eat a tasty meal after 2 hours!! try it with a bit of cinamom in the end! Thanks a lot
I loved this recipe. I made it the first time I used my new tagine. I did do a couple of things differently though. I added some coriander and cumin and towards the end, when I added the tomatoes I put in some fresh chopped parsley and cilantro. I used the broth for some couscous too. Excellent!
Excellent! I reduced the recipe to fit a very small tagine, but am now set on getting a newer, bigger one. I used boneless, skinless chicken thighs and it was delicious.
Excellent recipe, very easy to prep and deliver to the table. I use a ceramic tagine with heat diffuser and the chicken thighs i use just fall apart once cooked. Thankyou for the recipe i use it every couple of weeks. I also add Extra Hot Cayenne Pepper just for a bit of zing :-)
Wow, what a delicious recipe and so easy to make. Gina
Tagine cooking is really fun and makes for a great presentation. This is an especially easy recipe if you're a first timer. I served this with grilled pita bread and greek style yogurt.
We liked this recipe and especially liked using chicken rather than lamb. We added cajun spices, ground ginger and paprika (one tsp each) which gave the dish more flavor. Also added raisians/dried appricots. We recommend that you buy a tagine for this dish. They are very nice.