Simple, easy and oh-so-good. Recipe courtesy of Pinch of Yum.
As fall draws near, the arrival of of squashes at the market calls for a simply yet hearty side dish. Flakes of chili and a dash of curry powder add a touch of flare to a dish that's easy to prepare.
No need to fret over cooking fish with this tasty and colorful recipe. Try it just for the halibut!
Tagine or tajine is named after the earthen pot it is cooked in. Traditionally, this one pot meal was cooked slowly over hot coals and consisted of meat and vegetables much like a stew. This version is vegetarian with the hearty meatiness coming from the chickpeas and the smokiness coming from the Moroccan standard Ras el Hanout spices.