Recipe by sshafer
"An flavorful and delicious meal. A must-try!"
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green bell pepper, chopped
sweet potatoes, chopped
plum tomatoes, chopped
3 (16 ounce) cans
1 (15.5 ounce) can
garbanzo beans, rinsed and drained
ground black pepper
This receipe makes 8 - 10 servings, especially if it is served over couscous! It adapted easily to a slow cooker: garlic, onion and oil on the bottom (did not pre-cook these), then peppers, carrots and sweet potato. Eggplant around the sides and the tomato and squash on the top--it cooked together beautifully and required only 1 can of broth instead of 3 when cooked this way. I added the garbanzo beans at the very end.
This was a nice change from a regular veggie stew-but I don't really care for the raisins. They were like biting into a ball of sugar. I would also use a different type of bean. The garbanzo beans stayed too firm to blend with the rest of the stew. I would try navy beans or cannelloni.
Really delicious and easy, and it made enough to feed an army--but since I'm cooking for one, it means eight days of lunch (including today). I love how only a quarter teaspoon of spice makes it so flavorful. My only complaint is that it's maybe a little sweet for my taste, but that can be remedied with a little salt. Also, a word to the wise--I'd recommend using normal-sized vegetables. I went all gung-ho on this and got gigantic carrots, and by the same I finished doling the soup out into plastic containers to be frozen, it was all carrots. :)
We loved this! I used butternut squash instead of eggplant and zucchini, and the taste was wonderful.
This recipe was great! Actually tasted very authentic with the exception of not actually cooking in a tagine.. I tried to mimic one of my favorite tagines I had in Morocco, so substituted the eggplant for two large red potatoes and upped the spices to 1/2 tsp. apiece and added saffron. Very good, and definitely feeds an army.
Really great recipe! Perfect for this cold winter night. I made it vegetarian by using vegetable stock instead of chicken stock. I also followed the others' advice: I used ginger, cayenne, and paprika, in addition to the spices listed. I ended up using 1/2 tsp of each (except the cayenne) and I thought it was perfect. And it had just enough kick to it!
This was good! I really love tagine, but had never had a vegetarian version before so I just had to try this. My changes and thoughts: as far as I know, traditional tagine spices are ginger, paprika, cinnamon, cumin, cayenne and saffron so the recipe was missing some - I added 1/2 tsp of each. I used a 28oz can of diced tomatoes (lazy)including the juice and added about 3 cups of shredded cabbage that I needed to get rid of (not traditional, I know but it does such an amazing job soaking up the spices!). I ate this with Syrian bread which I used to scoop the veggies and soak up the broth and it was delicious. Thanks for the recipe!
good recipe and, yes, makes a lot! I made the following changes:
Added 2 chicken breasts cut up(cooked first w/ the onions and garlic); upped the spices to 1/2tsp each and added ginger and paprika (prob. needed more of all spices); no eggplant or green pepper; 2 zucchinis; can tomatoes; some leftover butternut squash with the sweet potatoes;
served with quinoa.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 39
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