https://www.comptoirlibanais.com/our-menu -- UK Lebanese restaurant chain
Tagines - Slow-cooked stews served with couscous or vermicelli rice
Delicious tagines, garlicky hummus and plenty of sweet mint tea, Moroccan food encourages you take your time over it. London has some wonderful Moroccan restaurants from Stratford to Notting Hill; here we’ve tracked down the best.
https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/search/recipes?q=... -- search for 'tajine' shows up 'tagine' recipes
Chicken tagine with lemons, olives & pomegranate
Vegetable tagine with apricot quinoa etc
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2007... - Ottolenghi recipe
Sweet and sour tagine
https://www.jamieoliver.com/search/?s=tagine - Jamie Oliver tagine recipes
https://smittenkitchen.com/2009/01/squash-and... - popular US recipe site
I don’t have a 1 3/4-Quart Le Crueset Cast Iron Moroccan Tagine in Caribbean Blue for the low price of $200, nor do I have one I picked up for $2.95 at the central souk in Marrakesh in 1968.
https://www.johnlewis.com/search?search-term=... - UK department store / kitchen equipment
eg Le Creuset Cast Iron Tagine, Cerise
https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/search?... - UK supermarket tagine products
Tesco Ingredients Tagine Paste 185G
Belazu Tagine Paste 130G
Tesco Finest Lamb Tagine & Couscous 450G
The City Kitchen Chicken Tagine 380G
Forms: 1800s– tajin, 1900s– tadjin, 1900s– tadjine, 1900s– tageen, 1900s– tagine, 1900s– tajeen, 1900s– tajine, 1900s– tazhin. (Show Less)
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Origin: A borrowing from Arabic. Etymon: Arabic ṭažîn.
Etymology: < Moroccan Arabic ṭažîn < Arabic ṭājin... (Show More)
Any of various types of North African (originally Moroccan) stew prepared by slowly cooking the ingredients in a shallow, earthenware cooking dish with a tall, conical lid, traditionally over a charcoal brazier; a dish of this type.
A tajine or tagine is a Berber dish, named after the earthenware pot in which it is cooked. It is also called maraq or marqa.
tajine in British English
a variant spelling of tagine
tagine in British English
or tajine (tæˈʒiːn)
1. a large, heavy N African cooking pot with a conical lid
2. a N African stew with vegetables, olives, lemon, garlic and spices, cooked in a tagine
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tagine noun /təˈʒiːn/, /təˈdʒiːn/
- [countable, uncountable] a hot dish, originally from North Africa, made with meat and vegetables, cooked with liquid and spices in a closed container
- The lamb tagine has a rich spicy sauce.
- a Moroccan recipe for chicken tagine