This month, we came up with a recipe for a warming vegan tagine. Because we don’t have a tagine, a charcoal fire, or the time (!), we made our tagine in our Staub cocette which has self-basting drip function on the lid.
This recipe is adapted from Yotam Ottolenghi’s FANTASTIC cookbook, Simple. The secret to this recipe is boiling the cauliflower before roasting. The green tahini sauce creates a bright contrast to the roasted goodness of the cauliflower.
In our Moroccan Rascos—that’s a taco made with our Ras El Hanout Spice Blend—we take the boldness and flavor up a level with zesty red onions, crispy jalapenos, some snappy fresh red peppers, all topped with a mouth-watering garlic sauce calledToum.
Our Ras El Hanout spice blend and Saucí Verde from our friends at Saucí Living is a match made in flavor heaven and it pairs perfectly with our Moroccan Potato Salad and Tomato Cucumber & Fresh Herb Salad (recipes on our site)!
Corn is starting to come into the markets, so we came up with our twist on Mexican Street Corn. Instead of chili powder, we use our Ras El Hanout. And instead of cotija cheese, we use feta. A perfect summer side dish!
Our Ras El Hanout spice blend makes a great dry rub. Our recipe and grilling method for dry rubbed chicken drumsticks is a favorite of our friend, Symone (17 years old). She once at seven (or was it eight?) in a sitting!