Elizabeth Arnott

Moroccan Fish Tajine

Tajine is a Moroccan dish named after the earthenware pot in which the nomads originally cooked it.
Traditionally the tajine pot comes in two parts - a shallow base unit that is flat and circular, and a large cone cover which sits on the base during cooking, designed to return all the condensation to the food being cooked. If you do not have a tajine, you can use a clay or cast iron casserole dish.

For the detailed, step-by-step recipe, go to RECIPES and click on Fish and Seafood

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