Thursday, 24 October 2019

Another Vegetable Tagine

Regular readers will note that I have been quiet in relation to blogging, well what can I say.  I have been really busy with work mostly that when I come home, I want the evenings to space out!  

So there has not been much in the way of creative or experimental cooking recently.  All the dishes that I have been made from scratch in recent weeks have been showcased on my blog before such as this Moroccan Vegetable Tagine based on one of my favourite recipes which you can find if you follow this link.  
This Vegetable Tagine though,  was made with the last of my courgettes from the garden. Of course its bulked up with other vegetables such as carrots, potatoes, sweet potato and chickpeas served with couscous. If you look closely there is some dried fruit in it as well, like apricots and prunes, I don't always use dried fruit in my tagine. 
I am sharing my Vegetable Tagine made with the last of the homegrown courgettes with Eat Your Greens which is hosted by The Veg Hog this month.  

Please do join in there is still time and it would be lovely to have your company at the #EatYourGreens veg table.

I am also sharing this Vegetable Tagine with My Legume Love Affair, a monthly event celebrating legumes and my tagine contains chickpeas.  MLLA is administered by Lisa's Kitchen and co-hosted every month by a different blogger, this month it is Sizzling Tastebuds

Other Tagine style recipes
Cinnamon Vegetable Tagine







8 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this vegetable tagine with Eat Your Greens. It's so full of nice veggies, homegrown courgettes are especially nice to have. I need to try the dried fruit in a tagine as well.

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    1. Thanks VegHog. Soem people like dried fruit in such dishes, some don't so its optional

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  2. your tangine looks beautiful - nice to see you posting - I had been wondering at how quiet you were. I am feeling a bit the same about getting creative in the kitchen - eating more simple food lately but will definitely have a few fun things next month.

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    1. Thanks Johanna. Its been manic, I am hoping November will be quieter, but even so I don't know about kitchen creativity - i even look at my cookbooks and wonder if I made a mistake giving up my academic/non fiction books when i left Scotland as my interest is being reignited in things i thought i left behind...

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  3. I am imagining the flavours of couscous , chickpeas, that courgette and dried apricots - all in a spoonful ! I bet it was delicious . I love thick stews like these esp with the slight hint of winter in the air. Thanks for linking it to MLLA 132, Shaheen !

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  4. PS - I would also love to participate in the "Eat your Greens" challenge every month. How can I get more info on this, please ? :)

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  5. Its ending Kalyani. The last one is in November, feel free to join
    https://allotment2kitchen.blogspot.com/2019/11/last-eat-your-greens.html

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