This dish was inspired by a recipe I found in this recipe book:
I highly recommend this book to those interested in Moroccan food. I ordered it along with harissa and ras-al-hanout after finding a used tagine at a market. It's really easy to follow and has a variety of recipes available. I am eager to try my hand at preserving lemons this summer! There is a recipe for homemade ras-al-hanout and harrisa in the books, but I preferred to buy it premade.
Amazon also sells tagine, but I recommend getting a cheap one from World Market to get you started. WM typically offers coupons that brings the cost down to $10.
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