Fall is for flavor, yo. What kinds of flavors? Warm ones, spicy ones, ones that are as cozy as cashmere. Our go-to these days is slow-cooked, simple, one-pot yumminess, served in a beautiful tagine.
(If you’re asking: “WTF is a tagine?” We got you. Tagine is originally a North African slow cooked stew or braised meat dish, fragrant with Moroccan spices and veggies; it got its name from the conical shaped, earthenware pot that it was cooked in.)
Inspired by some of our favorite chefs from around the city (like Daniel Boulud’s chicken tagine from Boulud Sud), we bring you our fave tagine recipes. These beauties slow cook to tender perfection, and can be served right in the dang pot that you cooked in! Enjoy these go-tos for a beautifully fragrant dinner party (or a great make-ahead weeknight meal), with minimal mess and cleanup. Don’t have a tagine? We’ve got you covered. Shop this article for your new favorite cooking vessel.
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