Spiced vegetable tagine

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    or more as an accompaniment
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Appears in
Soho Cooking

By Alastair Little

Published 1999

  • About

This Moroccan vegetable dish is a tarted-up version of the stew served with couscous and bears a generic resemblance to many such dishes around the world, where a rich but cheap dish is used to liven up and season a large amount of plain cereal. The vegetable curry served with biriyani in India is another obvious example. The first couscous I ever ate was at Soho’s only North African restaurant on the corner of Old Compton and Greek Streets (sounds like Manhattan, doesn’t it?). It was not p