Vegetarian How to make Tagine! Happy Pear Moroccan Inspired Vegetarian Recipe by admin November 2, 2016, 12:47 am 292 Views 44 Comments health foodMoroccan Food (Cuisine)moroccan tagineplant nutritiontagineTajine (Food)The Happy Pearvegvegetarianvegetarian taginewhole food See more Previous article Healthy Summer Breakfast Recipe Ideas! Next article Crispy Pulled Pork Meatballs recipe 44 Comments Leave a Reply I ship it Reply omg love tis…u guys have changed our family dinners thank you…we hardly eat meat these days x Reply just cooked this and it was absolutely delicious!!@ Reply That's absolutely not a Moroccan tajine , it looks delicious though . Reply looks delicious, but it is not Moroccan tajine!!! not even close. Reply Just made this, superb recipe, thanks! Reply this dish is delicious Reply I love you guys so much oh my god. New favourite vegan food channel, you've made my life so much better Reply Do you use 28 ounce or 14 ounce cans of tomatoes? Reply I made this for my family and it truly was rocking!! Thank you for another great recipe, i love how you can simply make so much great tasting foods from the lovely plants in our nature! Keep it up! Reply I am Morroccan and I agree this is The Jail meal, but NOT tagine, stop telling schit about our great cooking please Reply This looks so good! so trying it! glad I stumbled upon ur channel! :) Reply I made this and its gorgeous!! I made it for my mum when she visited and she loved it too and is going to make it for the rest of my meat eating family…. success ;) Reply Im cooking for just me mum and sister how would you reduce this so it serves 3? I wouldn't wanna waste any of it Reply How many does this serve? Reply Tamarin ?? Dates?? R u trying to kill Morrocans this will never be morrocan Reply guys I tried the recipe and I must say it was super delicious….even my fussy hubby enjoyed it and didn't miss the meat 😉 Reply Can we use stir fry tamari paste instead of liquid tamari?If we dissolve the tamari paste in water can this also be the same thing or it´s better to use soy sauce ? Reply You guys are seriously pulling me to Team Vegan! I haven't seen all your videos just yet. But I like challenges. I have a few for you. Maybe Vegan versions of MeatLoaf (VeggieLoaf) Vegan tacos and Vegan Lasagna! I really appreciated your creative thought on food, and new inspiration for getting more Veggies in my diet. Oh yeah Pizza. Thanks Guys Reply Tried it today…pure loveliness ♡ ~thankyouuusooomuch~ Reply any thoughts on a stew that isint tomato based, i like them but hubby doesn't but of course has to be cheap and healthy!! Reply Hey guys! How come you don't use a Tagine pot? Wouldn't it taste better? Reply "Lovely saucy lovelines" Love that! :D Reply Another winner lads! I've come from work to this the last two nights and it has been well and truly devoured so well done and keep em coming! Thanks x Reply Thanks a million gentleman! I`ve made it for lunch and it turned out fantastic. Reply Yum! A quick and easy meal to make. AND always tastes richer and better the next day! Love you guys!! Izzi is super cute. 😀👍🏻 Reply Made this just now for dinner. So delicious, I'm already looking forward to the leftovers tomorrow :) Reply I would give that video 10 thumbs up if I could 😀 looks so delicious! Reply Always great pleasure & big fan of your cooking. Very interesting recipe, full of rich tastiness and towards great health thru your videos. Thanks a lot for Sharing :) Reply can you freeze it? :) Reply Yumm, that looks good. I think that will be dinner tonight at my casa 😉 Keep up the great work, guys. Next time I´m in Ireland I´ll make sure to pay you a visit :) Reply … and it´s on the stove to have it ready for dinner when my little son and I come back from an afternoon at the playground. Smells really good already 🙂 Really love your channel and your recipes! Reply i am going to try that…tamari is never used in moroccan cooking but i am looking forward to taste it combined with the spices and lemon (usually preserved lemon is used which has different taste). recipe is a tad removed from any moroccan one – perhaps better to call it "moroccan inspired" – but looks tasty! Reply Wow that is super healthy and pack full of flavor food…i want to eat it with bread and some avocado and add some kickin chilli…hehehe tnx lads..ill give it a go tommorow…i noted it on our fridge Reply could you potentially use vegetables such as kumara or even cauliflower if you really hate eggplant? Reply You two always scream like children in your videos. I find it funny. Cheers!:) Reply Great student recipe right there, thanks guys! Reply You never fail to make me smile! Love you guys! Reply Is the tamari important? I don't think I can buy it here. Maybe some bio shops, but I don't think so. :S Reply Carbs in veggies format … I neeeedddd!!! Looks so good Reply Fiber apart from keeping you regular, also feeds your stomach bacteria so they work more efficiently. nutritionfacts.org/video/juicing-removes-more-than-just-fiber Reply I'm Moroccan and I promise you our cousine is bloody rich. Here we'd cook this with olive oil rather than tamari sauce, we also would add a pinch of turmeric powder for additional color & flavor 🙂 Reply Keep the vegan recipes coming boys! Looks schmick Reply I know what I'm making this weekend. Thanks guys! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.