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Lamb Tagine and what?

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pinkerpeony Wed 27-Apr-16 16:15:47

Dinner for 10. I like making a tagging because I can do it they day before but couscous, pittas or any good suggestions?
Something pretty would be great.
I make my own pittas but they're not a thing of beauty.

pinkerpeony Wed 27-Apr-16 16:16:13

Tagine not tagging blush

Cakescakescakes Wed 27-Apr-16 16:17:33

Couscous with toasted pine nuts, lemon zest, coriander and finely sliced spring onions mixed through. Mmmm

CousinViolent Wed 27-Apr-16 16:19:31

Or chickpea flatbreads? Jamie Oliver recipe, and surprisingly easy, IIRC.

pinkerpeony Wed 27-Apr-16 16:21:43

Great ideas, thank you. I might do both.

FlopIsMyParentingGuru Wed 27-Apr-16 17:11:58

I like something fresh and green with it too, like green beans. But that could just be me!

OrangeSunset Wed 27-Apr-16 17:46:22

Do you have a recipe for your tagine, OP?

Making slow cooked lamb for 10 soon but rather like the sound of the tagine!

Cakescakescakes Wed 27-Apr-16 18:02:35

Oooh green beans stirfried with garlic, chilli, salt and pepper until charred. Mmmmmmmm

BrandNewAndImproved Wed 27-Apr-16 18:05:46

I like pittas and couscous and houmous with it

Fatrascals Wed 27-Apr-16 18:06:36

This is a great recipe and really easy

bilbodog Wed 27-Apr-16 18:12:43

I would also make a large green salad and add fresh fennel, orange slices and crumbled feta and a good sprinkling of fresh mint and pomegranite seeds then dress with lemon juice and olive oil.

Aquiver Fri 29-Apr-16 09:39:41

I always enjoy making a fresh and zingy tabbouleh salad as a side to tagine (parsley, bulgar grains, pomegranate seeds, tomato, onion, mint plus seasonings of olive oil, salt and pepper).

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