11 Moroccan Tagine Recipes You’ll love

Fatima O.

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You have a dinner party and want to make something special, but don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen. A Moroccan Tagine is a perfect solution!

In this recipe round-up, you’ll discover 10 terrific Moroccan Tagine recipes that are sure to please a crowd.

Tagine is a traditional Moroccan dish that can be made with different ingredients including chicken, lamb, kofta, and fish. And if you are vegan or vegetarian don’t worry there is a Tagine dish for you in this list.

This delicious dish is named after the clay pot it’s cooked in, which has a conical lid that helps in the cooking process. Tagine pots are available in different types, shapes, and sizes.

If you don’t have a Tagine pot, don’t worry! You can still make these Tagine recipes in a Dutch oven or another type of heavy pot.

So, without further ado, here are my 10 delicious Tagine recipes you’ll love!

Chicken Tagine with preserved lemons and olives

This tagine recipe is one of the most popular Tagine recipes in Morocco.

It’s made with chicken, preserved lemons, and olives. The combination of these ingredients creates a Tagine that is both tangy and salty, with a hint of sweetness from the cinnamon if you choose to use it.

If you can’t find preserved lemons, you can make your own. It’s really easy to do and only requires lemons, salt, and a jar.

This recipe is an absolute treat and one that your dinner guests will love!

Vegetable tagine (Vegan friendly)

This Tagine recipe is for all vegetarians and vegans out there.

You can make a hearty Tagine with vegetables like sweet potatoes, carrots, zucchini, eggplant, or whatever else you have in your fridge.

The awesomeness of this tagine recipe is that it’s completely customizable. You can add as many or as few vegetables as you like.

Spices like saffron, paprika, and ginger give this Tagine a warm and inviting flavor. And the best part is that it’s all made in one pot.

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About Fatima O.

Fatima, born and raised along the foothills of the Atlas mountains, in the heartland of the indigenous Amazigh peoples. She loves Moroccan tea and travel. Now, she travels and writes about the beauty of her homeland.

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