This Moroccan Tajine of vegetables is both delicious and healthy. It contains many vegetables, smells good and tastes delicious. It makes you feel of the blessed giving of nature.
The tajine pot is very natural in the sense that it is made of clay, and it is good for low heat cooking, producing a very natural aromatic smell.
It will give you a great meal to have at Iftar from the traditional Moroccan cuisine. Tagine is a traditional food of Morocco and that’s why it is preferred in Iftar as well. If you like to eat some meaty one, you can also go for Moroccan Lamb Tagine Recipe (Slow Cooked).
Authentic Moroccan Vegetable Tagine Recipe
When you eat vegetable Tagine in a natural landscape, it seems to be more delicious because of its natural ingredients, and natural pot they are cooked in.
Here is the Moroccan Vegetables Tagine for those who value health, nature, and good taste. It is excellent for the vegans as well.
- 1 whole Onion large
- 1 whole Potato
- 1 whole Carrot
- 1 whole Courgette
- 1 cup Peas boiled
- 1 whole Tomato
- 1 bunch Parsley
- 1 bunch Coriander
- 1 no. Chilli
- 1 no. Bay Leaf
- 2 tbsp Vegetable Oil
- 1 tbsp Olive Oil
- 1/2 cup Water
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 1/2 tsp Black Pepper
- 1/2 tsp Red Pepper
- 1/2 tsp Ginger Paste
- 1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder
Ingredients for Moroccan Veg Tagine
Pre-heat the tajine pot and pour the vegetable oil.
Then add the onions, sliced in arches.
Then, start putting the vegetables directly without frying the onion. Put the potato first.
Then add carrot and the courgette.
Add the tomato circles, then put the chilli at the top.
Pour half cup of water.
Mix the spices in a cup with a little of water, and pour them over the vegetables.
Add the parsley, the coriander and the bay leaf.
Pour the olive oil all over the pan, and keep cooking on low heat.
After 15 minutes, add the peas at the corner of the tagine pot.
Put the cover on the tagine pot, and let it cook on low heat till it is ready for serving.
Moroccan Vegetable Tajine is ready.
ENJOY at Iftar or in the lunch with your family.
Hope you decided to try this authentic Moroccan vegetable tagine recipe for iftar menu this Ramadan. Other Moroccan Iftar recipes at RamadanTips.com are Moroccan chicken briouats recipe and Moroccan Mint Tea recipe.
Since it is one of the most popular main course Moroccan recipes, you can also enjoy this Moroccan veg tagine at lunch or dinner time. It will surely give you a great time with family.
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