Recipes Made Easy!
Moroccan Fish Tagine
Moroccan food is very popular in the West and very well documented. Pictures of the traditional souks, spice shops and Marrakesh come to mind.
The food was influenced by the Arab, French and Spanish cuisine and it is generally regarded as one of the best world cuisines.
The recipe below is an adaption from a book called The Food of Morocco.
The book has the most amazing Moroccan recipes and great photos. Its a very easy dish and it’s delicious too.
It serves 4 people.
Here is what you will need:
For the fish
*750g firm white fish
*3 tbsp plain flour
*3 tbsp olive oil
*1 large brown onion
*2 garlic cloves finely chopped
* ½ tea
*1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
*400g canned tomatoes
*1 tablespoon fresh thyme
*2 tablespoon flat leaf parsley
*2 tablespoon coriander leaves
*Pinch of saffron threads
For the couscous I just followed the instruction on the pack.
Heat oil in a pan and cut the fish into chunks.
Coat fish pieces in flour and fry them in the oil until browned on all sides.
Set the browned pieces to the side.
Add onions to the pan and fry until they are soft.
Add the garlic, cumin and cayenne and cook for a few more minutes.
Add the tomatoes, stock/water, thyme, parsley and coriander. Add a bit of salt and saffron and leave to cook for about 10 – 15 minutes.
Add the fish, cover and simmer for another 10 minutes or until fish is cooked.
Prepare the couscous in the meantime. When ready serve with the fish.