Tagine cooking is quintessential to Moroccan cuisine.
“Have tagine will travel” could be Peggy’s motto. Tagines can be seen on the street, at home and even strapped to a camel. It can also be a modern day camping pot or a festive dish for a party. It cooks over coals on what’s called a mejmar, providing a perfect traveling pot for a wanderer. Honestly, once you have cooked in a tagine you will fall in love with them… and with Morocco.
We hope you enjoy this recipe for a classic chicken tagine with the addition of dried and fresh fruit.