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My friend and I enjoyed this easy to prep and flavorful tagine for dinner last night. I used my tagine pot to make this on the stovetop, which was fun. We served in bowls with Trader Joe's garlic naan bread, which we dipped into the tagine. We enjoyed this and would have it again. Made for Sun and Spice 2013.
Loved how quick and easy this is to put together. The flavors all come together well, and love having a vegetarian option for a tagine. Thanks for sharing!
What a gorgeous recipe! I love the intricate flavours, and simplicity to prepare! This will be a fantastic dinner tonight, served with Bread Machine Naan! I didn't have harrissa, so I subbed with Sanaam Chili, of which I used a heaping 1/4 tsp. Yum! Made for 1-2-3 Hits! Thanks, Nasseh!
It really doesn't get much easier than this. I chose to cook my onions for about a minute in a scant 2 teaspoons of olive oil, adding the spices and stirring before adding the chickpeas, tomatoes and herbs. I did add a little extra harissa (Wasa brand). After that, nothing to do but smell the wonderful aromas and anticipate a glorious meal. I served mine with bulgur and steamed baby carrots dressed with cumin and cilantro. Made for Photo Tag.
Delicious. This yummy recipe made a pleasing and satisfying meal. Made by the recipe with one very small adjustment, I doubled the cinnamon. The wonderful flavors of North Africa are beautifully showcased with only 2 main ingredients. The spices are allowed to do their magic and they do it very well in this simple dish.
This is an easy & delicious way to fix chickpeas. The blend of spices is very tasty. We had this as a vegetarian main dish, but it would also be a great side dish. Thanks for the recipe! ~Sue