Moroccan Lamb Tagine is a traditional dish from Morocco that is made by slow-cooking lamb or mutton in a conical-shaped pot called a tagine. The meat is typically seasoned with a blend of aromatic spices such as cumin, coriander, ginger, and paprika, and is cooked with vegetables and sometimes dried fruit such as apricots or prunes. The dish is named after the tagine pot in which it is cooked, which is made from clay and has a unique shape that allows the steam from the cooking process to circulate and keep the food moist. Moroccan Lamb Tagine is typically served over couscous or rice, and it is often accompanied by a side of vegetables or a salad.
In this video, Chef Lenny shows us how to make authentic Moroccan Lamb Tagine even if you don’t have a tagine pot.