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This post was written by betsyp who has written 256 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Yum! Finally got some star anise & saffron!
I’m not sure if I can call my dish a ‘tagine’, but it was delicious nonetheless. Happy Friday!
Here’s mine! Quite tasty… http://www.jemangelaville.com/2012/10/25/ffwd-chicken-tagine-with-sweet-potatoes-and-prunes-figs/
like! definitely a winner in our house.
It was an adventure :-)
I’ve finally mostly dug my way out of these moving boxes, and am just beginning to make my new home in Bacoli, Italy. I haven’t cooked much of anything for the past few weeks, but I’ve made this dish before, and loved it. I’ll be back on track next week. Look forward to reading all your posts! (And to finding my new normal.)
I enjoyed this comforting stew, and I used my very own honey!
do you eat much wild game? … this was pretty good!
I borrowed a little influence from Bobby Flay’s version and used ras al-hanut.
Very comforting fall dish!
Wasn’t going to, glad I did….
Loved the vegetables… didn’t love the star anise.
I really liked this one!
found out what too much saffron tastes like :( kind of an expensive boo-boo
oops! forgot the honey, but it was still delicious. :)
I tried a vegetarian version with tempeh, and kinda wish I hadn’t. http://veggraintreat.blogspot.com/2012/10/ffwd-tempeh-with-sweet-potatoes-and.html
No idea when I found time, but the pictures on my camera prove that I somehow made it.
An intriguing recipe with lots of wonderful spices.
Good gateway dish to delve into the world of Middle Eastern cuisine. And I love Japanese sweet potatoes.
The aroma of the spices, one of them being a star anise point, made the whole house smell amazing. Pierce my four-year-old said, ” the house smells delicious Mama!” http://site.foodfamilyandvino.com/
We loved this one!
Hope you all have a good weekend – I’ll be enjoying the leftovers of this dish:
Post is a bit late, but this is really tasty!
Posting late this time, Doristas. So sorry. Loved this Tagine.
To all of you in this hurricane’s path, be safe, take care and we’d like you all to check in when this is over. Thinking of you.
I left the honey out and it was still very sweet. i’m glad I made a lot of this one as the leftovers are fantastic!
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