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Okra & Chickpea Tagine

September/October 2008

Your rating: None Average: 4.3 (45 votes)

This quick and easy okra and chickpea stew is full of Moroccan flavors. The name “tagine” refers to the two-part, cone-shaped casserole dish in which countless slow-cooked Moroccan dishes are prepared. You don't need to prepare this in a tagine dish—it works well in a large saucepan—but if you have one, here's a chance to use it.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I omitted the bell peppers - and I used turmeric and garam masala as spices. Pretty good - an Indian touch to this Moroccan dish...... "
Okra & Chickpea Tagine Recipe

14 Reviews for Okra & Chickpea Tagine

07/29/2013
Anonymous
Delish

This was our first time having okra and it was delish. The slime was a little unexpected but it disappeared before it was time to eat.

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06/30/2013
Anonymous
Hearty and Delicious!

I added more to the recipe:

In addition to the garlic cloves, I added a stalk of finely chopped garlic leaves from my garden. As for the cilantro, I omitted the string, roughly chopped the cilantro, and cooked it with the rest of the ingredients (instead of throwing it out). I also put aside some fresh (finely chopped) cilantro to garnish later and I freely added paprika while it was cooking.

To eat: I drizzled sirarcha sauce on top; garnished it with fresh cilantro; and had a side of steamed jasmine rice.

It was very tasty - my sister and I enjoyed it! I'll be making this again!

Yum!
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01/23/2011
Pretty Good

I was surprised at how well it came out. I never had okra before, but I really liked it. Unfortunately for me, not all of the slime disappeared, but it still wasn't bad. I put it on brown rice, and it was delicious!

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01/14/2011
Great!

I was really nervous at first to make this, having never eaten or made anything with okra. After the sliminess of the okra disappeared i was very relieved, and the dish turned out great! Served it with Moroccan spiced cod and cous-cous.

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10/26/2010
Anonymous

I omitted the bell peppers - and I used turmeric and garam masala as spices. Pretty good - an Indian touch to this Moroccan dish......

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