Tagine

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Tagine

[tah-JHEEN] A slow-cooked North African stew, named after the conical clay pot in which it is cooked.
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Tagine

A Moroccan dish named after the cooking utensil in which it has been cooked. These stews may contain poultry, fish, meat, or vegetables and are highly spiced with sweet overtones common in North African cuisine.
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Tagine

spicy North African stew of veal, lamb, chicken, or pigeon, and vegetables.
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tagine

spicy North African stew of veal, lamb, chicken, or pigeon with veg
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