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One of Morocco’s greatest culinary achievements is its tasty tagines. This hearty, healthy stew cooks and simmers in a uniquely designed pot of the same name. But what makes the tagine pot so special? Does Moroccan tagine have to be cooked in a tagine pot?
Here’s a primer on the tagine pot and its importance in Moroccan cuisine.
Moroccan Chicken Tagine
A classic North African dish loved by many, Moroccan chicken tagine is laden with a rich blend of exotic spices which are perfectly balanced. It is named after the earthenware in which it is traditionally cooked and served. The dish is typically slow cooked meet rubbed in a mix of Moroccan spices. A delicious vegetarian tagine can be prepared with a mix of vegetables as well.